After two years of groundwork, each partners have welcomed the announcement of the Joint Academic Development Centres Grant. This grant is component of the UK Government’s Gulf Science Innovation and Knowledge Economy (GSIKE) Programme to help extended term relationships among academia in the UK and the Gulf.
The Project title is ‘Collaborative analysis towards renewable fuels and worth-added chemicals’ and is led by Dr Nader Mosavat, director of Programmes, Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Muscat University, and Dr Daniel J Nowakowski, lecturer in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry and EBRI laboratories manager at Aston University. This UK-Oman joint analysis project will cover a crucial location in the field of Renewable Energy. Bringing collectively researchers from each universities, the project seeks to far better realize renewable fuels and processes for worth-added chemical compounds.
Muscat University is committed to functioning collectively with its partners at each Aston and Cranfield Universities to make sure that this and future collaborations attain maximum influence for the UK and the sultanate and establish extended-term synergies in crucial analysis locations.
Muscat and Aston universities are at present delivering 3 undergraduate programmes across the faculties of Engineering and Technology, Business and Management and Transport and Logistics that will give students dual-degree certifications from each institutions.
Information Source: Muscat Daily