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BRE to take centre stage at official launch of Scotland Hong Kong Centre for Carbon Innovation
On Thursday 30 July at the Hong Kong Science Park, Rufus Logan, Scottish Director of the Building Research Establishment (BRE) will join Sir Timothy O’Shea, Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, and Nicola Sturgeon, as the First Minister for Scotland announces the official opening of the Scotland Hong Kong Centre for Carbon Innovation (SHKCCI).
Commenting on the new hub, Rufus Logan of BRE notes; “All at BRE are delighted to be part of the innovative partnership. This is undoubtedly a major project for everyone concerned, particularly as it addresses head on a number of key factors which are high on the agenda of governments across the globe.”
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