Talking about art and science at the 2020 Norwich Science Festival

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SILCI PhD student Laurie Kerr was part of a panel at the “Creative Collaboration: Bringing Science and the Arts Together”, hosted virtually as part of the 2020 Norwich Science Festival.  The panel was made up of pairs of scientists and artists who have collaborated on different projects, and Laurie was invited to take part with board game designer Jake Montanarini (a short […]

Saving Energy – The Potential Is Great

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Or at least that’s how a web tool translates “Energie sparen – das Potenzial ist gross” from Swiss German into English! Charlie Wilson was interviewed by the Swiss national radio and television station, SRF, about his research on energy demand reduction as an essential climate mitigation strategy that avoids the risky bet on future negative emission technologies. You can listen […]

New Article Published by SILCI Team on Digital Consumer Innovations

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The SILCI team have a new open access paper published in Annual Review of Environment and Resources. Here’s a taster in the form of a mock interview!    What is your article about?  Our article analyses a range of digital innovations available to consumers for providing alternative low-carbon forms of mobility, food buying, and domestic living. We […]