Contaminated land Remediation through Energy crops for Soil improvement to liquid biofuel Strategies CERESiS

Contaminated land Remediation through Energy crops for Soil improvement to liquid biofuel Strategies CERESiS

Academic Posters

In the Academic Posters, Benjamin Nunn, Research Assistant, University of Strathclyde, presented his poster entitled “Contaminated land Remediation through Energy crops for Soil improvement to liquid biofuel Strategies CERESiS”.

Benjamin Nunn, Research Assistant, University of Strathclyde

Benjamin is an ECR who began his academic career as a mature student after working in waste management and environmental consultancy. His PhD focused on growing a novel bioenergy crop (Phalaris arundinacea) in highly contaminated soils. He is currently a research assistant on a Horizon 2020 project, CERESiS.

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