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women

Female African scientists improve research and inspire the next generation

Timed to coincide with the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science today (11 February) and to inspire more female students to study and work in science, the GCRF START grant has announced the results of its three-year project launched in March 2019.
energy storage

Innovations in energy storage will reduce carbon emissions

Investment in battery energy storage research is key to reducing carbon emissions and boosting electrification says the newly appointed head of global battery research hub Consortium for Battery Innovation, Dr Christian Rosenkrantz.
A lump of uranium (nuclear) can provide a lifetime energy supply

Ed’s note: This is not a drill! Fusion set to change...

Lots of questions need answers while the UK's MAST project takes us one step closer to reaching a working nuclear fusion reactor to deliver safe, clean, self-sustaining power.
waterwheel Carruthers wheel

Reinventing the waterwheel with flat-pack hydro-energy solution

A Scottish project utilitising a flat-pack design might just turn small scale hydropower into a viable option for communities where existing turbine methods are deemed too expensive.
Test tubes in a Laboratory

Biogas research laboratory launched in Togo

Togo has launched a research biogas laboratory at Lomé University to deepen knowledge on climate change and its impact on land use in West Africa.
solar

Shining a light on recycling solar PV modules

The first global assessment into the most promising approaches to end-of-life management of solar PV modules has just been released by NREL.
ECREEE

Asia-Pacific sees mid-year rise in T&D tenders

In July 2019, there were 300 T&D project tenders announced in the Asia-Pacific region, marking a rise of 16% over the last 12-month average of 258.
Gas Megahub project

Industrial Internet to optimise upstream oil & gas sector

The upstream oil & gas sector is witnessing considerably more implementations of the Industrial Internet compared to other oil and gas sectors, according to a new report published by GlobalData.
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It’s all about the data

 “The foundation of science communication is good data. We all speak different languages, but good data can transcend any boundary.” Over the past two...

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