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Low-carbon hybrid energy systems -- China's future energy solutions
A low-carbon solution to high-carbon energy resources such as coal is proposed by their high efficient integration with either nuclear or renewable energy, which may figure out the strategic solution to China's future energy development. View News Article (2013-02-11)

Modern, low-energy ammunition can cause deep tissue damage
Gunshot injuries are typically categorized as low- or high-energy based on the weapon's missile velocity and mass. View News Article (2012-02-08)

New method to motivate students to reduce energy consumption
The research found that a combination of a real-time feedback system together with a human energy delegate in eight halls of residence resulted in a reduction of 37% in energy consumption when compared to normal consumption. View News Article (2014-09-30)

Powering Australia with waves
Wave energy is surging ahead as a viable source of renewable energy to generate electricity -- with Australia's southern margin identified by the World Energy Council as one of the world's most promising sites for wave-energy generation. View News Article (2010-08-17)

Renewable energy from farm waste

Call made for better metrics for energy savings
A Michigan State University professor says if the world is to make better decisions when it comes to developing new energy sources, it needs to have better methods of measuring progress toward its energy goals. Just how well are we doing at developing alternatives to fossil fuels? View News Article (2010-02-22)

St. Michael's Hospital first in Ontario to implant powerful new defibrillator
St. Michael's Hospital today became the first in Ontario to implant a small but powerful new defibrillator into a patient's chest. View News Article (2010-12-22)

Human reproductive rates follow biological scaling rules
In nations with high per capita energy consumption, women have fewer children. This phenomenon is an unexpected consequence of the biological scaling relationship between metabolism and reproductive rate: larger species of mammals have higher metabolism but lower birth rates. In the April 2003 issue of Ecology Letters, Moses and Brown show that these same biological scaling rules describe the... View News Article (2003-04-08)

Expanding energy access key to solving global challenges
Giving the poor access to reliable modern energy offers a better route to address global challenges, climate and energy, scholars say in a new report, Our High-Energy Planet. View News Article (2014-04-10)

Wave energy integration costs should compare favorably to other energy sources
A new analysis suggests that large-scale wave energy systems developed in the Pacific Northwest should be comparatively steady, dependable and able to be integrated into the overall energy grid at lower costs than some other forms of alternative energy, including wind power. View News Article (2015-01-08)

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