Exciting 3-year research positions on smart technology, energy and climate change
December 17, 2020
We’re looking for exceptional, highly motivated researchers with social and technical expertise to join a Marie Curie PhD training network on smart technologies, energy, climate change, and responsible AI.
Harnessing social networks to help tackle climate change
December 14, 2020
Smart home technologies, such as smart heating systems, lighting and appliances have vast potential to lower CO2emissions. Such technologies can help directly reduce energy use in the home, improve energy management and engage consumers to be more aware of their energy use.
Opportunity: Two senior social science research posts fully funded for 5 years
December 1, 2020
The aim of DeepDCarb (‘the democratic challenge of deep decarbonization’) is to interrogate the evolving relationship between politicians, citizens/voters and other actors such as business in a uniquely detailed and comparative manner.
Digital innovations can help consumers lower their carbon emissions
November 25, 2020
Digital innovations offer consumers more control, choice, convenience, flexibility and interconnectedness. They also have potential climate benefits, shows a review led by Charlie Wilson of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia.
Opportunity: Research Associate in Business and Plastics, University of Manchester
November 16, 2020
Tyndall Manchester is looking for a Research Associate to join its NERC-funded ‘One Bin to Rule Them All’ project. This 3-year role is an exciting opportunity to design and pilot novel circular-economy business models with potential to scale up new companies in the area of plastic packaging.
New app allows users to explore how global warming changes their cities’ climate
November 10, 2020
Developed by EarthSystemData Ltd with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia (UEA), the free to download ‘ESD Research’ app enables anyone anywhere to access the latest temperature and rainfall projections from six of the world's most scientifically respected climate models.