Video clips are useful communication tools to explain complex concepts in an easy-to-understand way. They can be adapted and distributed in many different ways and across media. To this end, we created four video clips to communicate our research, aim, tools and results to a wide public with an engaging medium.

Have a look below to watch the animated short clip that illustrates the project concept and three short interviews with our scientists on various aspects of eForFuel.


Museum Exhibit
To generate a higher impact in terms of public communication, we created an interactive museum exhibit, called Carbon Futures.
Carbon Futures is an installation with an explorative approach to the complex systems that humans are designing in order to reduce our carbon footprint. The installation showcases alternative scenarios of dealing with carbon based on real research examples.

The exhibition piece provides a glimpse into four CCS and CCU strategies:

  1. Carbon Capture and Storage – taking Carbon and storing it underground;
  2. Carbon Curing – using Carbon to make a new, stronger type of cement;
  3. Food and Drinks – using Carbon for fizzy drinks or packaging;
  4. Recycled Carbon Fuels – using CO2 and bacteria to make jet fuels. 
We developed Carbon Futures 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. The installation was in their permanent exhibition One Planet, which challenges visitors to learn about current global issues – with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals as a starting point – and the search for solutions. More information about the permanent exhibition can be accessed here

Another edition of Carbon Futures was in the Future Present: Design in a Time of Urgency show of Science Gallery Detroit. Science Gallery Detroit is one of the eight galleries located in Europe, Asia and America who are members of the acclaimed international group of public science centers. The exhibition was open from September to December 2020. For details and further information about the exhibition and Carbon Futures, visit the Science Gallery website.