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Tuesday Apr 17, 2018

A range of industries, including automotive applications, could be benefitted by a newly developed way to control how liquids dry on surfaces.

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Thursday Apr 12, 2018

According to the International Energy Agency, 35.8 billion tons of carbon dioxide was released into the atmosphere in 2017.

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Thursday Apr 12, 2018

Sometimes when securing a new job, it can be beneficial to commute or even to move closer to the surrounding area.

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Thursday Apr 12, 2018

A Transparent polymer film can conduct electricity, finding use in TV, phones and computer screens after researchers of Purdue University created it using inexpensive organic materials.

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Wednesday Apr 4, 2018

A joint venture by Highview Power Storage and Viridor, have built a 5MW/15MWh energy storage demonstration project.

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Tuesday Apr 3, 2018

As the digital age continues to advance at rapid speed, many industries are finding themselves in a state of constant change and flux.

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Wednesday Mar 21, 2018

Mining in Western Australia has risen in economic and recruitment possibilities throughout the past year.

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Tuesday Mar 20, 2018

US construction technologies firm Icon has demonstrated the 24-hour production of a single storey house through the method of 3D printing.

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Friday Mar 16, 2018

Engineers developing a low-maintenance and low-carbon bridge in the UK are using inspiration from the anatomy of the human spine.

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Tuesday Mar 13, 2018

Sometimes when securing a new job, it can be beneficial to move closer to the surrounding area. This can cause stress and anxiousness when deciding if this would be a cost-effective move.

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