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New frontier for self-driving vehicles & portable devices

New frontier for self-driving vehicles & portable devices: Milan, 7 July 2022 – A study by the Politecnico di Milano, conducted together with Stanford University, the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa and the University of Glasgow and published in the prestigious journal Light: Science & Applications, has found a way to separate and distinguish optical…
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Ingenza awarded funding for novel carbon capture tech

Ingenza awarded funding for novel carbon capture tech: Biotechnology company Ingenza is delighted to announce that its recent partnership with Johnson Matthey has been selected to receive vital funding of £441,632.88 from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as part of the £1 billion fund from the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio to slash…
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MSC Cruises publishes its 2021 sustainability report

MSC Cruises publishes its 2021 sustainability report:   On World Oceans Day, MSC Cruises publishes its 2021 Sustainability Report, highlighting the Company’s environmental commitments and important steps taken in its long-term sustainability strategy MSC Cruises has developed a comprehensive Sustainability Action Plan, establishing six key areas with corresponding activities, goals and targets Significant progress has…
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Wales children offered insects

Wales children offered insects Are school canteens in Wales set to offer edible insects, including mealworms and crickets across their range of products offered to children? Several media reports have stated that children between the age of 5 and 11 at four primary schools in Wales will be provided with meals such as ‘bug bolognese’…
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Lab-grown steak in Newcastle.

Lab-grown steak in Newcastle. A ‘cleaner’ version of barbeque’s aroma is seeping from laboratories in Newcastle. The biotech startup that started functioning at Newcastle University promises to produce ‘real’ steaks in a lab as part of what they describe as a global first breakthrough. Chief Executive and Co-Founder of 3D Bio-Tissues stated about the eager…
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The UK largely invests into renewable energy

The UK largely invests into renewable energy The UK has scaled up to the third spot on the list of the most “attractive” countries for ‘green’ investors. That’s according to the latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index which shows the country has moved up two places from the previous ranking. The index ranks the…
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Replacing Russian energy will take some time

Replacing Russian energy will take some time Replacing Russian oil and gas will not likely come overnight. That’s the suggestion from Dr Nils Røkke, Executive Vice President Sustainability at SINTEF, Norway’s largest research institute who spoke about how feasible the European plan to ditch Russian fossil fuels is. He stated: “The replacement will take some…
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University of Surrey unveil details of solar facility with SSE

University of Surrey unveil details of solar facility with SSE: The University of Surrey has announced additional details of its new 12.2MW solar farm on its own land to the west of Guildford that will help the campus accelerate its path to net-zero. The University’s partnership with SSE Energy Solutions will boost its on-site renewable…
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Most circular office building of the Low Countries

Most circular office building of the Low Countries: Kamp C is the living lab of the Province of Antwerp for sustainability and innovation in the construction industry and a previously selected consortium of 7 firms have completed ‘t Centrum in Westerlo (Belgium). This is the 1st fully circular office building in Flanders. The 3 storey…
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