University of Calgary to lead national carbon capture student training program

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A new federal grant for the University of Calgary will provide a comprehensive training opportunity for students working on cheaper, more efficient means of capturing greenhouse gas emissions that will ultimately help them drive progress in the carbon capture industry.

Chemistry professor George Shimizu is the fourth University of Calgary professor to lead a CREATE Grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). His coalition of energy research partners across Canada will receive $1.65 million over six years to train students to develop various carbon capture technologies for eventual industrial use.

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