Carbon Futures on Show

Carbon Futures is on display at Museon! The installation has been produced specially for Museon, a museum of science and culture based in The Hague (The Netherlands) boasting over 200.000+ visitors per year, of which around 50.000 are school children. Carbon Futures is right now in their permanent exhibition One Planet, which challenges visitors to learn about current global issues – with…

Carbon Futures

We created an interactive museum installation: Carbon Futures. The exhibition piece deals with the global urgency caused by the high levels of CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere and shows four ways of recycling CO2, including the eForFuel approach. The installation offers visitors a glimpse into four examples of Carbon Capture and Storage and Carbon Capture and Utilization strategies. The four examples…

21st Month Meeting

Time flies and our 21st month meeting is taking place next week! The consortium partners will come together between 26 – 27 November 2019 in Ghent, Belgium. The meeting will be organized by our consortium member Arcelor Mittal. For two days, the project partners will update each other about their research and work, as well as discuss the further steps…

8th Month Meeting

  The eForFuel consortium gathered for the second meeting of the project from October 25th to 26th  2018 in London, UK. The 8th  month meeting was hosted by Imperial College London. It took place in the beautiful “58 Prince’s Gate“, where we had the chance to spend our time in a stunning ballroom. After the kick-off meeting in Berlin, this was the first time…

Kick Off Meeting

The eForFuel Kick Off Meeting took place from April 5th to 6th in Berlin, Germany. The meeting was hosted by our project coordinator (Dr. Arren Bar-Even and the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Biology), so the consortium met at the Berlin Office of the Max Planck Society, located at the Wissenschafts Forum at Gendarmenmarkt. As this was the first chance to…