Achieving Net Zero has been featured in the latest Aberdeenshire Council Schools Newsletter
Achieving Net Zero has been featured in the latest Aberdeenshire Council Schools Newsletter which goes out to teaching staff across the region. The article asked for science teachers to get in touch if they would like to take part in testing the posters at their schools in the new year.
If you would like to take part please just use the 'Get in touch' link on this page.
Achieving Net Zero has been longlisted in the Information is Beautiful Awards 2023
Achieving Net Zero has been long listed for this years Information is Beautiful Awards 2023 in the Current Affairs and Politics section.
The Information is Beautiful Awards were set up in 2012 by David McCandless, journalist and datavisualizer and have been celebrating excellence in data visualization since 2012. The awards this year are presented by the Data Visualization Society (DVS).
To reach this stage the project was reviewed by three judges to see if it met the competitions eligibility criteria and was up against 700 other entries from around the world.
So pleased to see the project featured alongside so many amazing information graphics in this year entry. To view the projects page and all the other entries please visit:
All Things Hydrogen Conference 2023, National Sub Sea Centre
Great to the see the original grey, blue and green hydrogen posters displayed at the ‘All Things Hydrogen Conference 2023’ at the National Sub Sea Centre. Thanks to Professor James Njunga and Jemma Reynalds for all their help in creating them.
#ATH23 #HydrogenResearch #HydrogenConference
This project is a collaboration between Iain Morrison from Gray’s School of Art and Professor James Njuguna and Jemma Reynolds from the National Subsea Centre and School of Engineering, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.