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Detecting early-stage failure in electric power conversion devices
A green future for red meat supply chains
On Election Eve, old parties fail test on climate, let future generations down
Boost to develop microalgae into health foods
Recipe for powerful quasar jets
Single Laser Produces High-Power Dual Comb Femtosecond Pulses
NTU Singapore scientists report that plastic bags could be ‘eco-friendlier’ than paper and cotton bags
A strong future for Australian minerals despite global uncertainty
IFM Investors targets Net Zero by 2050
Ultrafast Fiber Laser Produces Record High Power
Modelling temperature variation on distant stars
Natural gas to continue powering WA’s way of life
Computer models reliably predict light-emitting behavior of organic LED materials
Researchers find “missing link” between magnetars and rotation-powered pulsars
Area twice size of UK needed to feed world’s pets
Are there hydroelectric power plants that are fish-friendly?
Volvo delivers 1,000th Transperth bus for Perth network
Cerenkov Luminescence Imaging Accurately Identifies Surgical Margin Status During Radical Prostatectomy
Climate-friendly cooling to help ease global warming
Risk of infection: Air purifiers remove 90 percent of aerosols in school classrooms
Tohoku University Teaches Old Spectroscope New Tricks
Oxford launches new principles for credible carbon offsetting
Atom-Billiards with X-Rays: a new Approach to look inside of Molecules
EV100 and drive for electric transport
Scrubber discharge water – A toxic cocktail
Researchers depict formation of galaxies
Newfoundland and Labrador company fined $25,000 for an offence under Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
Statement by Minister Seamus O’Regan Following Clean Energy and Mission Innovation Ministerial Meetings
Wobbling shadow of M87* black hole
Netherlands is well prepared to reduce CO2 emissions, IEA policy review says
New insight on impacts of Earth’s biosphere on air quality
Soil carbon at centre of Government’s energy statement
Whittle Lab research key for accelerating development of zero-carbon flight, says Prince of Wales
Unique ultraviolet aurora spied at comet visited by Rosetta
Solar farm plans progress to next stage
Self-induced ultrafast demagnetization limits amount of light diffracted from magnetic samples
PET/MRI Improves Lesion Detection, Reduces Radiation Exposure
New jobs fuelled by clean, reliable and affordable energy
Shedding Light on Development of Efficient Blue-Emitting Semiconductors
New report reveals for first time level of terrestrial synthetic microfiber emission on a global scale
Highly sensitive trigger enables rapid detection of biological agents
Climate explained: will tropics eventually become uninhabitable?
First fiber-optic nanotip electron gun enables easier nanoscale research
New model assesses economic damage of climate change on Great Lakes
Reducing carbon emissions in astronomy
Spectral classification of excitons
Electric buses now
£6 million programme extension to help small manufacturers across Midlands