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Fuel Consumption is a Burning Issue in the Race for Ship Emissions Compliance, says Study

Fuel Consumption is a Burning Issue in the Race for Ship Emissions Compliance, says Study

Total Methane Production in Milk Production Reduced by 57 Per Cent in 60 Years – Further Reductions Still Possible

Total Methane Production in Milk Production Reduced by 57 Per Cent in 60 Years – Further Reductions Still Possible

‘Sharkskin’ Makes Planes Faster, Smoother, Cheaper

‘Sharkskin’ Makes Planes Faster, Smoother, Cheaper

Howden Supplies Hydrogen Compressors for the World’s First Container Vessel Operating on Carbon Neutral Fuel

Howden Supplies Hydrogen Compressors for the World’s First Container Vessel Operating on Carbon Neutral Fuel

Study Finds Irrigation Could Be a Powerful Tool for Increasing the World’s Food Supply

Study Finds Irrigation Could Be a Powerful Tool for Increasing the World’s Food Supply

Upcycling a Commodity Plastic Into a Strong Material Compatible With Industry 3D-Printing Methods

Upcycling a Commodity Plastic Into a Strong Material Compatible With Industry 3D-Printing Methods

SEA-KIT Unveils New H-class USV for Ocean Survey

SEA-KIT Unveils New H-class USV for Ocean Survey

Olympus to Use 100% Renewable Electricity at R&D and Manufacturing Sites in Japan

Olympus to Use 100% Renewable Electricity at R&D and Manufacturing Sites in Japan

Climate Warming Damages DNA of Endangered Songbirds, Study Finds

Climate Warming Damages DNA of Endangered Songbirds, Study Finds

Mixed Microbial Communities Can Simultaneously Degrade Mixed Plastic Waste Inputs

Mixed Microbial Communities Can Simultaneously Degrade Mixed Plastic Waste Inputs

Ethylene Modulates a Variety of Processes that Contribute to Hypoxia Survival

Ethylene Modulates a Variety of Processes that Contribute to Hypoxia Survival

New Facile Method to Manipulate Nanoconfined Water Through Surface Chemistry Modification

New Facile Method to Manipulate Nanoconfined Water Through Surface Chemistry Modification

'Superworm' with an Appetite for Polystyrene Could be the Key to Large Scale Plastic Recycling

'Superworm' with an Appetite for Polystyrene Could be the Key to Large Scale Plastic Recycling

Airports Situated in Colder Climates Accumulate More Pollutants, Study Finds

Airports Situated in Colder Climates Accumulate More Pollutants, Study Finds

Coral Community at Ningaloo Reef Not Well-Equipped to Survive Ocean Warming

Coral Community at Ningaloo Reef Not Well-Equipped to Survive Ocean Warming

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