Imperial College London tackles CO2

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Imperial College London tackles CO2
29th August 2014

The UK may be falling behind other countries in recruiting new talent in STEM subjects but that doesn't stop London housing ground-breaking equipment. 

Imperial College of London has state-of-the-art technology to show students how carbon dioxide emissions can be captured.

The undergraduates are fully equipped to go into employment in engineering following completion of their 'hands on' studies.




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