Universidad de Cranfield gana “The Queen’s Anniversary Prize”

Nano toilet

Nano membrane toilet helps Cranfield University win Queen’s Anniversary Prize:


Study in Ireland

As the gateway to Europe, Ireland has been renowned for learning and creativity for centuries. Our English-speaking, well-educated population has drawn global companies like Google, Facebook, Intel and HP, who now collaborate in our research and employ our innovative graduates. Ireland is world-famous for its friendly citizens and warm welcomes.

Dublin at a Glance

* Top 15 student city in the world

* Official UNESCO City of Literature

* European City of Science 2012

* Popular DublinBikes public cycling scheme

* Famous for local music, literature and theatre

* 5000 acres of green space, including Europe’s largest urban park

* Travel hub for easy access to Europe

* EU headquarters for Google, Facebook and many others

* Home to many of Ireland’s most famous musicians including U2, Sinead O’Connor and Enya

Más información en:  https://tcdglobal.wordpress.com/category/living-in-dublin/



Bristol academics support international climate talks

Academics from the University of Bristol Cabot Institute are representing the University at the Conference of Parties (COP21), the United Nations climate change conference in Paris.

COP21, which runs until 11 December, is reviewing the framework for action aimed at stabilising atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases in order to avoid dangerous climate change.

Luego leer mas y poner

As the UK’s first European Green Capital in 2015, Bristol is one of 88 cities and regions in 42 countries to present its ambitious sustainable action projects. A key focus of Bristol’s agenda will be to discuss proposed targets for the city to become carbon neutral by 2065.

Más información en http://www.bristol.ac.uk/news/2015/december/cop21.html