TAG: Gus Nathan
Congratulations to Environment Institute members Professor Alan Cooper and Professor Gus Nathan in securing funding in the following linkage projects: Alan Cooper Identifying the diversity and evolution of loci associated with adaptation to aridity/heat and salinity in ancient cereal crops Project Summary This project will use ancient grains of wheat, barley and rye to find […]
Centre for Energy Technology Director Professor Gus Nathan argues that there is no such thing as ‘free’, ‘zero impact’ or ‘safe’ energy. “The Japanese Fukushima Daiichi plant crisis has caused some people to question the impact of various power generation sources on our environment and lifestyles,” said the Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER) […]
Two new public seminar series starting in July will offer insight into how developments in clean, cost-effective energy technology will shape our future. Run by the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Energy Technology, the free public seminars will focus on different aspects of energy. “Thinking Critically About Sustainable Energy” – organised in conjunction with the […]
The Centre for Energy Technology (CET) has held the first meeting of its Advisory Board, chaired by the former Premier of South Australia, The Hon. John Olsen AO. The Advisory Board brings leading practitioners from industry, government agencies and research together to provide advice to the Centre on strategic initiatives, contribute to long term planning […]
Listen to Gus Nathan from the Centre of Energy Technology talk about the potential for integrating renewable energy systems into wine operations at the University of Adelaide’s Wine2030 Blue Sky event on 10 November 2009.