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    G2V Optics is a technology company founded on the idea of pushing the boundaries of optical technology to tackle really big problems. The journey started in 2013 at the National Institute of...
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    The Philips Lighting sector is dedicated to introducing innovative end-user-driven and energy-efficient solutions and applications for lighting, based on a thorough understanding of the customer...
  • Article - 21 Jul 2008
    There can be no more important mission for today’s innovators than saving the planet. In Australia, the cleantech industry recently rose to the challenge at Enviro 08, the nation’s premier conference...
  • News - 2 Aug 2016
    UC Davis leads an international team involved in connecting 9,000 rural households in Guatemala with climate-smart agriculture strategies and better water management, to promote food security and...
  • News - 18 May 2009
    Food waste generated at Kansas State University dining centers may end up back on students' plates through composting efforts that are combining K-State's excellence in agriculture with the...
  • News - 6 Jun 2017
    Greenhouses in New York are additionally entrusted to perform two conflicting roles, namely, to fulfill consumer demands for increased production of local vegetables and to drastically decrease...
  • News - 22 Apr 2014
    Using corn crop residue to make ethanol and other biofuels reduces soil carbon and can generate more greenhouse gases than gasoline, according to a study published today in the journal Nature Climate...
  • News - 29 Dec 2008
    Agricultural crop production relies on composted waste materials and byproducts, such as animal manure, municipal solid waste composts, and sewage sludge, as a necessary nutrient source. Studies have...
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    Kipp & Zonen provides class-leading instruments for measuring solar radiation and atmospheric properties in Meteorology, Climatology, Hydrology, Industry, Renewable Energy, Agriculture and Public...
  • News - 2 Sep 2010
    Municipal waste and manures will be increasingly used as a source of composting material and have the added potential benefit of suppressing plant diseases. Work at Teagasc Research Centre, Kinsealy,...