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    Innovation and commercialization of fixed carbon agricultural technologies that align the needs of agriculture with societal demands. Providing agriculture and green industry productivity and...
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    Inciner8 are a globally respected manufacturing organisation offering a range of Incinerators for all applications in the waste management industry, their products are specifically designed with clean...
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    TyraTech Inc., created by XL TechGroup in May 2004, is developing a range of pesticides using natural active ingredients. The ingredients are based on natural plant oils, which are designed to...
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    Biomass resources are currently greatly underutilized in the United States and countries around the world. If effectively exploited, these resources can reduce our dependency on foreign oil...
  • News - 18 Dec 2019
    How long did a woolly mammoth live for? What about a Neanderthal? Our trusty team of researchers have discovered a simple way to estimate how long living and extinct animals lived using DNA....
  • News - 18 Dec 2019
    Almost on the threshold of Christmas, Loro Parque celebrates this Tuesday, 17 December, its 47th anniversary, in a year in which it has reinforced its love and commitment to nature and animals through...
  • News - 11 Dec 2019
    As the cut flower industry reaches one of its most active periods, a new study by researchers from RMIT has revealed that the water-absorbing green floral foam used by florists can lead to...
  • News - 6 Nov 2019
    Image Credit: Kristen Prahl/Shutterstock.com The negative impact of climate change on wild animals has become clearer as scientists find evidence uncovering that in response to environmental...
  • News - 2 Sep 2016
    A new marine biodiversity study in one of the largest Marine Protected Areas in the world reveals the impact of environmental change on subantarctic seabed animals and answers big questions about the...
  • News - 22 Jun 2016
    Scientists at James Cook University (JCU) have discovered a method to anticipate whether or not a mammal can survive a drought. A team of scientists, headed by Dr Tasmin Rymer from JCU, have created a...