Venue:   Huxley foyer & H300

Date:  Friday 5th July 2024


A University of Brighton Research & Knowledge Exchange Initiatives funded event, highlighting the recent research undertaken by  Dr Ciocan and her collaborators on GRP (Glass reinforced plastic) contamination of the aquatic environment and the impact on biota.

This symposium seeks to capitalize on our pioneering efforts and reach out towards the Government agencies in addressing the problem of GRP boat abandonment and the need for environmentally friendly solutions. Only by integrating legal analysis into the scientific collaboration from the outset, this research can make a significant contribution to future policy pathways for mitigating GRP pollution.

The audience will be as important as the presenters in developing understanding, and identifying solutions – Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute towards “bridging the gap between science and policy”.

Our guests will include senior figures from the world of academia, regulation, utilities and the wider coastal communities

Further context can be seen here


Register for this free event