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  • LoLo Paper Competition winners announced

    Winners of the LoLo CDT Student Paper Competition 2012/2013 announced Carrie Behar and Arash Beizaee have been announced as the…

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  • LoLo student Peter Warren produces public engagement films about sustainability issues

    Peter Warren, a LoLo student has written and directed a series of engagement films on sustainability, entitled ‘Legacy’.  Peter recently…

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  • LoLo students compete in the first EnergYES competition

    Last week saw the first EnergYES competition held within the rather surprisingly sunny city of Edinburgh.  The EnergYES competition is…

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  • Recruitment open again for 2013/14 – 2 further fully funded PhD studentships available at UCL

    Recruitment is open for London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand studentships for the 2013/14 academic year, with a…

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  • A box in a box in a box… CDT visit to the Salford Energy House, 4/2/13

    Do you know the movie ‘The Truman Show’? Remember the scene in which Truman alias Jim Carrey discovers that it…

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  • Recruitment now open for 2013/14 – up to 9 fully funded PhD studentships available

    Recruitment is now open for London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand studentships for the 2013/14 academic year, with…

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  • Postgraduate students involved in energy research bid farewell to 2012: the MEGS III Christmas Conference

    As seen on the welcome page of the MEGS website ‘’the Midlands Energy Graduate School (MEGS) is an exciting collaboration…

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  • LoLo and 12 other Energy CDTs at CDT Network Conference in Manchester

    “These are exciting times for energy research.” Jim Skea, RCUK Energy Program, key note at the Energy CDT Conference, 29.11.2012…

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  • LoLo colloquium – a student’s perspective

    My intention to write a review immediately following the UCL/Loughborough annual colloquium on November 15th, was thwarted due to its…

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  • Sustainable energy for the 21st century: Can we ensure a bright future?

    Tuesday 23rd October saw the British Library host another one of their Talk Science sessions (evenings to engage informal debates…

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