BRISK2 Project attended the 27th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition in Lisbon, Portugal this May (EUBCE 2019). EBRI’s Daniel Nowakowski gave a presentation about the project, highlighting activities and possibilities for research exchange across Europe. The scheme allows successful research applications to carry out research in partner labs and institutes when facilities and expertise are not available in a scientist’s home organisation. See more about applying here. The BRISK2 stand had over a 100 visitors, some of whom are pictured below.

Pictured at EUBCE 2019 in Lisbon: Aston University PhD student Joseph Socci with Nadia Cerone and Francesco Zimberdi from BRISK2 Partner, ENEA.
Attending EUBCE 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. Aston University PhD student Joseph Socci with Nadia Cerone and Francesco Zimberdi from BRISK2 Partner, ENEA.
Aston University PhD students Joseph Socci and Regina Siu at the BRISK2 stand at EUBCE 2019, Lisbon
Aston University PhD students Joseph Socci and Regina Siu at the BRISK2 stand at EUBCE 2019, Lisbon