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The crest of a wave

    An article all about the Cresting Project is featured in the June issue of the CIWM (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management) Journal – see the link below. CIWM June 2018 – 3d

Recruitment Update

We are delighted to have received over 250 applications for the 15 Early Stage Researcher roles for the Cresting Project.  If you are an applicant, we will contact you if we require any further information or clarification on your application.  We are now reviewing the applications and completing the short listing process.  Candidates that have…

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Recruitment now open

Interested in the Circular Economy?  We are delighted to advertise 15 Early Stage Researcher job opportunities with University partners across Europe – for more details on these opportunities visit the Cresting Recruitment pages.  Closing date for applications is 28/03/18.

Cresting Project in the press

Dr Pauline Deutz, University of Hull talks to ‘Bondholders Marketing and the Humber’ about the Cresting Project, see link.        

Cresting Project Kick Off Meeting in Hull

The project team are meeting in Hull to discuss the implementation of the Cresting Project.  Key decisions about ESR (Early Stage Researcher) recruitment, the training of ESRs and future workshops formed part of the discussion.  Central to the project is the communication and dissemination of the project and its outputs.

ITN Co-ordinators Training evening in Brussels

This day-long event provided Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN co-ordinators with invaluable guidance on the rules governing the operation of these projects.  The talks provided an insight into the project requirements for communication, research ethics and more besides.  Most usefully, the day provided an opportunity to meet with our Project Officer, who is our point of contact…

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CRESTING at European Researchers’ Night 

The first public exposure for CRESTING was at the European Researcher Night (ERN) events in Huddersfield, UK and Pescara, Italy on 29 Sept 2017.  As usual, something relating to waste provoked lively input from the visiting public.  ERN is an EU-sponsored event to highlight the activities of EU-funded research projects to the public .…

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