CSSR Centre Leaders Sarah Gasda and Martin Fernø have been invited to present CSSR and related CO2 storage research at a public lecture organized by NTVA, Academia Europaea and Tekna. The lecture will be held at the University Museum on May 24, 2022. A tour of the new exhibition “Vår Porøse Verden” and the FluidFlower will follow the lecture. Registration and further details are available on the UiB website.
UiB researchers have collaborated with the University Museum, Bergen on a new exhibition “Our Porous World” that familiarizes the public with how porous media research shapes our world, our health and our industry. Part of the exhibit is a live demonstration of CO2 storage in the Fluid Flower, which is a one-of-a-kind experimental infrastructure developed at UiB. CSSR will utilize the unique capabilities of the Fluid Flower to guide model design in Focus Area 1 and to the unique visual to build confidence in digital tools developed in Focus Area 2.