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New technologies for manufacturing composites
Tecnalia is participating in the REFORM project by focusing its work on the machining of composite materials by means of waterjet as well as conventional cutting. (2013-12-10)
New research on the causes of the Viking Age
The Viking hit-and-run raids on monastic communities such as Lindisfarne and Iona were the most infamous result of burgeoning Scandinavian maritime prowess in the closing years of the 8th century. (2015-07-27)
Filtering kitchen wastewater for plants
Water is a precious commodity, so finding ways to re-use waste water, especially in arid regions is essential to sustainability. (2011-01-05)
3-D printing finds its 'sweet spot' through 'nifty shades of gray'
A 'less is more' approach has enabled UK engineers to make 3-D printed parts lighter and stronger, using methods that will also make 3-D printing faster and more economical. (2014-08-04)
Astronomers weigh 'recycled' millisecond pulsar
A team of US and Australian astronomers is announcing today that they have, for the first time, precisely measured the mass of a millisecond pulsar -- a tiny, dead star spinning hundreds of times every second. (2006-01-12)
Queuing theory helps physicist understand protein recycling
Will Mather tries to extend an understanding of waiting in line to how cells operate, especially as it relates to what the consequences could be of protein traffic jams inside cells. (2014-04-21)
Luminous bacterial proteins detect chemicals in water
Scientists at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf have developed a simple color sensor principle which facilitates the detection of residual medications, trace metals from industrial process waters, and many other substances. (2013-06-12)
When R&D takes a lot of bottle
As companies create new bottles for brands of beer, they need to calculate the cost of sorting their trendy bottles from the rest on the market in the recycling process. (2009-08-18)
Recovering valuable substances from wastewater
Phosphorus can be found in fertilizers, drinks and detergents. It accumulates in waterways and pollutes them. (2014-03-24)
A wake-up call for environmental health
This week's editorial comments on the new energy bill that will increase US domestic energy supply, concluding that the bill's implications for increased energy consumption rather than conservation is 'a step backwards for health'. (2003-08-21)
Children who play outside more likely to protect nature as adults
Protecting the environment can be as easy as telling your kids to go outdoors and play, according to a new UBC study. (2017-03-17)
Special issue of the Journal of Industrial Ecology focuses on eco-efficiency
Disputes over the trade-off between the environment and the economy are a central feature of contemporary politics. (2006-03-16)
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