The UK’s Cranfield University has received its largest ever research grant to date, with a £69 million ($87 million) investment allocated to create the Cranfield Hydrogen Integration Incubator (CH2i). The University’s new funding will be used to ‘spearhead the research and development of the first major hydrogen technology hub to demonstrate the potential of hydrogen as a net zero aviation fuel’. £23 million ($29 million) comes from Research England’s Research Partnership Investment Fund (UKRPIF), with a further £46 million ($33 million) committed from industry partners and academic institutions. Professor Karen Holford, chief executive and vice-chancellor of Cranfield University, described the

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