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AD Network Event: 

Novel Feedstocks and Conditioning Technologies for AD

6 April 2017 - Riseholme Campus, Lincolnshire

This FREE event, which will be based at Riseholme Campus, University of Lincoln,  plans to explore the use of novel feedstocks in anaerobic digestion, with invited experts from Europe and the UK. If you are working with novel AD feedstocks and would like to speak or to learn more, contact us for more details. You can register by filling out our registration form and emailing it to us or by registering online. The event agenda can be accessed here. Note that a taxi is required from the train station to Riseholme Campus, but lift sharing is possible. Please contact us. More events and courses can be found on our events page.

ADBA R&I Conference in conjunction with AD Network

28-29 Mar 17 - Building Centre London

Join us to hear all about the latest in R&I. Topics include trace elements, biorefining, use of digestate, AD research in international development and speeding up hydrolysis. More information and registration can be found here. For more events, see our events page.
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Call for Papers

EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER EVENT: 3-4 JUL 17

Deadline: 31 Mar 17

Our Early Career Researcher event will again be held at the University of Birmingham on 3-4 Jul 17. With a theme of “AD: A bridge between disciplines”, we are looking for all ECRs to come along and present a poster or platform presentation in this event which is designed to be fun, interesting and a stress-free learning experience. Even if you are just beginning your research, come along and present a poster outlining what you are hoping to do. There are small prizes for best posters and presentations and we provide a gala dinner, accommodation and can even help meet travel expenses. Download all you need to know below and we look forward to seeing you there. 1. Call for papers 2. Event Registration form 3. Abstract requirements 4. The process