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1 April 2013

New lab to bolster carbon emissions research

A new world-class CO₂research facility is to be constructed at UWA, and will form part of the National Geosequestration Laboratory (NGL).

The state-of-the-art facility is an important component of Australia’s efforts to achieve a carbon-reduced, resources and energy economy.

The research facility will see world-class scientists produce cutting-edge research into new techniques to capture and store carbon emissions in the most efficient and safe way.

Teaching labs will ensure students graduate with the highest skills and most relevant, accredited training.

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Australian Government Department of Education CSIRO The University of Western Australia Curtin University Western Australian Energy Research Alliance