C-Capture’s founder Professor Chris Rayner took part in the University of Leeds’ Be Curious Festival, in a special edition of Quantum Sauce – Carbon: Captured. Professor Rayner was interviewed by Dr Adam Booth, Associate Professor of Applied Geophysics, about C-Capture’s carbon technology and our unique solvent.
The interview features on Quantum Sauce, a research engagement project occupying the space between science and stand-up, aiming to bridge the gap between university academics and the wider public. Starting its pre-covid life in Farsley’s Constitutional Club, Quantum Sauce has adapted for the online world: a diversely-flavoured set of science sauces is now hosted in the Constitutional’s online TV Lounge – https://theconstitutional.co.uk/tv-lounge. Whatever your flavour, from Astronautics to Zoology, there’s a mind-expanding set of fascinating facts waiting for you!
Be Curious, the University of Leeds’ annual family friendly research open event, moves online for 2020 with a jam-packed programme, which aims to showcase world-leading research to the wider public. With family events, fun activities, digital jigsaws, challenges and inspiring evening talks… there’s something for everyone to enjoy! All events are free, but please note that some events require registration. Visit www.leeds.ac.uk/becurious to view the full programme!
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