A review of research shows links between climate change and increased frequency or severity of so-called ‘fire weather’
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They would be tolerant of environmental stress and resilient to changing environmental conditions
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The project is seeking 50 ‘outstanding candidates’ from environmental science, maths, physics, engineering and computer science disciplines to undertake a PhD in the innovation centre
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Part of the budget would support the development of a full-scale CO2 capture, transport and storage project and provide funds for operation of the Technology Centre at Mongstad
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The new non-governmental body would ‘pave the way for decarbonisation of shipping’ and help develop clean propulsion technologies
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Scientists say the material allows the greenhouse gas to be converted into polyurethane to make clothing, domestic appliances and packaging
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The UK Atomic Energy Authority will work with industry partners and academics and aim to complete the design by 2024
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The HyStorPor study aims to increase the understanding of the hydrogen storage system, from the physical and chemical processes to social acceptability
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Researchers found a single plastic tea bag at brewing temperature could release around 11.6bn microplastic and 3.1bn nanoplastic particles into a cup
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