Welcome to the
CENTER FOR CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH (CCCR)
Global climate change is currently the most problematic issue in the world and this problem must be resolved soon. The CCCR conducts research in the field of environment and climate change. Our research center is dedicated to resolving the environment and climate change problems by developing new technologies. In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the CCCR applies newly developed technologies to produce valuable CO2 based products which are useful in daily life.
Our approaches are innovative and based on the evidence from our R&D results. The beauty of our R&D is that we do not use any synthetic chemicals for product development. Instead, we perform biological processes that are completely organic. Our goal is to develop new technologies to capture and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by performing biological processes and use them for producing beneficial compounds for human health. New techniques will be able to reduce global CO2 emissions by 60% and stimulate an $800 billion annual market for at least 15 CO2-based products.
We conduct challenging research in the multidisciplinary fields which are related to the environment and climate change. To learn more, browse the images below on each field.
Dr. Rahman was invited as a Keynote Speaker at the 12th International Congress on Microbial Interaction and Applications of Beneficial Microbes, Germany. Keynote topic: Global Climate Change and Microbial Interaction in Agri-Aquaculture: Current Research and Future Trends. Published: Applied Microbiology 2017, 3:2
New discovery: Our Research Lead Dr. Rahman discovered a molecule which can protect the organism from the negative effect of global climate change. This molecule is also useful for bone regeneration in the human body. Article published in Scientific Reports (Nature), see here
New technology: How marine organisms defy their environment. Dr. Rahman led a Research Team and discovered a new protein, which can determine the mineral formation with some species in the sea. This discovery was attracted by the media, on the news around the world, Journal’s news, University’s news, Science daily, and among others, 100+ news. Published in the International Journal