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ADNet supports ECR Students to Beijing The IWA World Congress on AD in Beijing is now over and we are pleased to be able to support our early career researcher Travel Bursary recipients: Christian Aragon-Briceno (University of Leeds), Alba Serna-Maza (Southampton University), Andrew Zealand (Newcastle University), Julian Pietrzyk (Edinburgh University), Roshni Paul (Birmingham City University) and Chihiro Masusawa (Southampton University). Special congratulations to Christian Aragon-Briceno of the University of Leeds who won an ‘Outstanding Poster Award’ in the face of stiff competition - well done! The poster was
entitled “Evaluation and comparison of product yields and bio-methane potential from hydrothermally pre-treated sewage sludge”.
Saving our Soils: Understanding and Improving Soil Health London, 20 Jun 18 Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (UK) LLP, 107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DN This event, organised by the Renewable Energy Association, the AD Network and the British Society of Soil Science, will be a fantastic networking opportunity where policymakers, operators, agronomists, spreading contractors, consultants and farmers can meet the scientists and academics who are underaking research in the field of soil health and applying organic materials to land. Agreed speakers include: Emeritus Professor Stephen Nortcliff, Reading University Professor David Hopkins, Royal Agricultural University Professor Tom Misselbrook, Rothamsted Research Professor Andrew Whitmore, Rothamsted Research Audrey Litterick, Earthcare Technical A discounted cost of £75+VAT is available to AD Network members and Early Career Researchers can apply for a limited number of travel grants of up to £100 to fund attendance - contact us. See  here for further details and registration.