Gordon Research Conferences

To support the participation by early-careers scholars at the 2021 Gordon Research Conference on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage

  • Amount $20,000
  • City West Kingston, RI
  • Investigator Roger Aines
  • Year 2021
  • Program Research
  • Sub-program Energy and Environment

Gordon Research Conferences (GRCs) are a series of week-long interdisciplinary conferences focusing on advancing cutting-edge research across biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering, bringing together early-career and more established researchers. The purpose of these meetings is to share early-stage results and provide networking and collaboration opportunities among the participants. Many GRCs are preceded by a two-day graduate student seminar held the weekend before the conference to engage early-career researchers. This grant supports the fourth in a biennial series of conferences on Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) taking place this fall, which will bring together scientists from multiple disciplines to share novel research about developments related to removing carbon dioxide emissions from the atmosphere. Grant funds will cover registration and travel costs for up to 20 early-career researchers, including 10 from the United States and 10 from other countries, who will each attend the week-long CCUS GRC and the preceding seminar.

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