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ISER is proud to support Associate Professor John Culton, Director of the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources, and his team, who have had an exciting month with the opening of the new Exterres laboratory, and hosting of the second Australian Rover Challenge (ARCh), both at the University of Adelaide:
Professor Volker Hessel, School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 'Academic of the Year' category in the Australian Space Awards 2022. The winners will be announced on 24 March.
We are proud to share that PhD students, Darwinaji Subarkah (Dept of Earth Sciences) and Monica Lloreda (Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources) have won prizes from the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia for papers they have published as part of their PhD research.
The energy sector’s importance to planetary sustainability is difficult to overstate. We address these challenges in our new Energy Capabilities flyer here.
Fortescue Future Industries, Sparc Technologies and the University of Adelaide partner to tackle the future of clean energy
Sparc Technologies Ltd (ASX: SPN) has entered into binding agreements with global green energy company Fortescue Future Industries Pty Ltd (an entity of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd ASX: FMG) and the University of Adelaide, forming the Sparc Hydrogen Pty Ltd Joint Venture (Sparc Hydrogen).
As global communities advance towards a greener, cleaner future with zero emissions, the demand for critical minerals is expanding at a rapid rate.
IMER is delighted to share the news that the Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources (ASPER) is teaming up with Chevron Australia to create a new state-of-the-art facility for carbon storage research that will accelerate Australia’s transition to cleaner energy sources and net zero emissions. Read more
IMER is delighted to share the news that a team of undergraduate and honours students from the Andy Thomas Centre for Space Resources at the University of Adelaide has been awarded third prize and US$75,000 in the NASA Space Robotics Challenge , as well as an Innovation Award for its work on critical challenges in the competition. Read more