Green, Green Gas at Home – Clean Energy From Bacteria – Mon 27 June at 7pm
Our last Cafe Science event of the season is nearly here! Everyone on the Cafe Science Team would like to thank you all for coming along to our talks and making this one of our most successful seasons.
In this age of escalating energy costs what are the alternatives to the World’s energy problems?
Our final talk is from Professor Frank Sargent (University of Dundee) hopes to provide some answers by discussing his latest research into biohydrogen – an alternative fuel that may help wean us off our dependency on fossil fuels
Biohydrogen research is the study of the production or consumption of hydrogen gas by living things. Hydrogen has the highest energy per weight of any fuel, and its use is clean and efficient, so the potential for tapping into biohydrogen as a resource to produce fuel is enormous.
Join us for this FREE talk by Frank from the University of Dundee on Monday 27th June at 7pm in the award winning Chambers Coffee House and Restaurant which will be open before the talk for delicious HOT MEALS (served until 6:15pm), snacks and drinks, see their website for more information.