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34 results for: chemistry
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Researchers at the University of Adelaide have developed electrodes enabling direct electrolysis of seawater. Chemical processes...
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Some chemistry developed by the Reisner group of the University of Cambridge recently grabbed my attention. It appears to have similarly...
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Each year the council warning notices start to appear around our local loch - dogs (and any wild swimmers!) are to keep out of the water:...
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While development of renewable energy sources, and how the energy produced may be distributed over our national grids, is advancing at a...
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UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced investment of up to £2 million via a competition aimed at the design and delivery of new...
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With a fantastic history of engineering excellence and innovation in Aberdeen keeping the oil and gas industry in Europe thriving for...
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An interesting new development in the USA relating to the future of the hydrogen economy. Hydrogen has pretty good PR despite the obvious...
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The International Energy Agency (IAE) has released its annual Wold Energy Outlook Report 2022 at a time of the first global energy...
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With decades of production of oil and gas, and more recent efforts greatly increasing infrastructure for renewable energy sources,...
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Wind power has been hailed as one of the key energy sources to lead the way to the net zero goals being set around the world. Beyond the...
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Today marks 10,000 days until 1 January 2050, which is when the UK Government, as well as many other governments around the world, has...
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It is not just students who are drawn to the colleges of Cambridge. Those with an eagle eye might also be able to spot the city’s...