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Study highlights Scotland's tidal energy potential

Dr Emma Whettall recently completed her PhD at SAMS UHI, becoming the first Scottish-based Bryden Centre student to do so.
Dr Emma Whettall recently completed her PhD at SAMS UHI, becoming the first Scottish-based Bryden Centre student to do so.
Study highlights Scotland's tidal energy potential

The potential for remote and rural communities across Scotland's west coast to tap into community-owned renewable energy schemes may be greater than previously thought, say University of the Highlands and Islands researchers. The findings come from the Bryden Centre run by the university and partners in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Its cross-border PhD programme was launched in 2018 to train the next generation of renewable energy researchers.

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Students made a welcome return to campus in late 2021 after lockdown

Fri, Dec 31, '21

SAMS review of the year - 2021

A look back at some highlights from 2021

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Prof Michael Burrows has been included in the Highly Cited Researchers List for the second successive year.

Tue, Nov 16, '21

Professor makes 'Highly Cited' list

Prof Michael Burrows recognised for climate change work

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SAMS represented at COP26

Mon, Nov 1, '21

SAMS Review of the Year 2020

Mon, Jan 18, '21

SAMS strategy release

Wed, Jul 29, '20

Why we love the ocean

Tue, Jun 9, '20

When two jobs collide

Wed, Apr 15, '20