ARC Research Hub for
Carbon Utilisation and Recycling
ARC Research Hub for Carbon Utilisation and Recycling
This Research Hub aims to develop technologies to transform carbon dioxide emissions from our energy and manufacturing sectors into valuable products and create pathways to market to drive industry transformation. This hub aims to achieve this by developing novel electro, thermo, and biochemical methods for converting CO2 from sectors that cannot easily avoid emissions and a technological pathway for CO2 recycling. The outcomes of this Hub are likely to be transformative for industry, the economy, and society in moving the fate of CO2 from pollutant to feedstock. The benefits to Australia are intended to be the stimulation of a new industry, a skilled workforce for this emerging industry and a contribution to meeting CO2 reduction targets.
RECARB Hub was officially opened on 28 September 2023 by Ms Cassandra Fernando MP, Member of Holt with Dr Richard Johnson, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Australian Research Council and Professor Doron Ben-Meir, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise and Engagement) and Senior Vice-President, Monash University.
RECARB Hub: Official Launch
28 Sept 2023: The Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Hub for Carbon Utilisation and Recycling (RECARB) was officially launched by The Hon. Cassandra Fernando MP, Federal Member for Holt, on behalf of The Hon. Jason Clare MP, Minister for Education at Monash University’s Clayton campus. READ MORE
Jason Wonlee Kua: Winner of the ARC RECARB Hub Logo Competition
28 Sept 2023: Jason Wonlee Kua, a gifted Year 10 student from Camberwell Grammar School who recently secured victory in the esteemed ARC RECARB Hub Logo Competition. READ MORE