Additional support for farmers tackling water pollution

The UK government are to offer farmers further advice, support, and funding to facilitate tackling the challenge of water pollution.

Cell-based fish from a bioreactor: a novel alternative to fishing

Scientists at Bluu Biosciences are developing a method of growing cell-based fish, which could offer a sustainable alternative to fishing.

Mangroves endangered by low functional diversity of invertebrates

Marine ecologists from the University of Hong Kong have discovered that mangroves may be at risk by the low functional diversity of invertebrates.

£40m in funding for boosting green jobs and nature recovery in the UK

Projects have received a total of £40m in grants to facilitate 2,500 green jobs, plant nearly one million trees and boost the UK's nature recovery.

Transforming the landscape of hydrogen energy production

Clean hydrogen energy may soon be realised on a global scale as researchers have designed an innovative solar-powered method to harness it.

Driving the UK’s green transition with electric vehicles

Ella Pumford, Content Manager at St. Modwen Homes, discusses the electric vehicle revolution and how our homes are driving the green transition.

European storms exacerbated by the effects of climate change

A team of climate experts has identified that European storms will be significantly intensified in the coming years due to climate change.

Utilising smart farming devices to enhance sand dune habitats 

Cattle in Lincolnshire have been equipped with novel smart collars to aid the enhancement of important sand dune habitats. 

The UK Battery Industrialisation Centre has been opened this week 

The £130m UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) – the innovative 18,500 square metre national battery manufacturing development facility – has been officially opened by the Prime Minister during a visit to Coventry. 

Eliminating the dangers posed by lead in perovskite solar cells 

Researchers from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have discovered a way of using phosphate salt to mitigate the dangerous impact of lead in perovskite solar cells. 

Utilising tamarind shells as an energy source for vehicles 

An international consortium of scientists has discovered a novel way to convert tamarind shells into an energy source for vehicles. 

Revolutionising the aquaculture industry using soy-based feed

Courtney Knupp of the U.S. Soybean Export Council speaks to Innovation News Network about how U.S. Soy can breathe new life into the aquaculture industry, improve sustainability, and enable growth.

Half of urban greenhouse gas emissions produced by 25 megacities 

New data published by Frontiers highlights that 52% of urban greenhouse gas emissions are generated by just 25 megacities. 

Investigation finds troubling level of chemicals in plastics

Researchers at ETH Zurich have studied the chemicals in plastics worldwide, discovering surprisingly excessive levels of substances of potential concern deliberately used in everyday plastic products.

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