Author archive for Mae Oroszlany

  • LoLo/ERBE Annual Colloquium 2019 – a showcase of our research – 7 November 2019 – Registration OPEN, Keynote Speakers Confirmed

    Thursday, 7 November 2019, 13:00 to 19:30 (GMT), The Building Centre, Store Street, London LoLo is the London-Loughborough EPSRC Centre…

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  • Reflections on public engagement: talking climate change at Haverstock School

    by Nicole Watson, LoLo CDT MRes Student One of the most important challenges we face as researchers is how to…

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  • Energy Demand in Practice Seminar – 16 May 2019

    The Energy Demand in Practice events are a series of events, including trips and seminars, which aim to prepare LoLo…

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  • NEW PAPER publication from LoLo PhD student Harry Kennard in the Journal of Public Health

    NEW PAPER: LoLo CDT PhD Student Harry Kennard (UCL) on “Observational evidence of the seasonal and demographic variation in experienced…

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  • LoLo students’ work is addressing national research priorities

    In February, the UK’s Committee on Climate Change released a report entitled  “UK housing: fit for the future?” This report…

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  • Anna Gorbatcheva – Women4Climate Blogpost – Women in LoLo

    My experience of the Women4Climate Conference in Paris –  a blogpost for Women in LoLo by Anna Gorbatcheva MRes Student…

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  • Nafsika C. C. Drosou – Reflections – Women in LoLo

    Nafsika C. C. Drosou Loughborough University Final Year PhD Student So far, in my path I have benefited from STEM…

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  • Logo Design Competition – Win £150 Cash Prize -Deadline extended

    We are looking for a new logo for our new EPSRC  CDT in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment (ERBE)!…

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  • Breaking News! EPSRC funds new Centre in Energy Resilience and the Built Environment

    Science and Innovation Minister Chris Skidmore announced today that the UCL Energy Institute, with partner Loughborough University, were successful in…

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  • Journal publication by LoLo PhD Student Stephen Watson: Decarbonising domestic heating: What is the peak GB demand?

    Electrification of domestic heating is frequently suggested as a measure to reduce carbon emissions. However, switching from gas to electric…

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