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space sustainability

Improving the UK’s space sustainability with a new plan

Science Minister George Freeman has launched a new plan for space sustainability, a raft of measures which will demonstrate the UK’s commitment, ambition, and...
clean energy manufacturing

U.S. DOE invests $57.9m into decarbonising the American industrial sector

The U.S. DOE has invested $57.9m to support 30 projects to contribute towards decarbonising the American industrial sector. The importance of advancing the science of...
materials for decarbonisation

U.S. DOE invests $39m to develop building materials for decarbonisation

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has invested $39m to support 18 projects that will develop building materials for decarbonisation.  On 13 June 2022, the...
adaptive optics

Clearing the sky from optical turbulence with AI and adaptive optics

Professor Laurent Jolissaint explains how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and adaptive optics (AO) could help us see through the blur of atmospheric turbulence to gain an...
exoplanet atmospheres

Classifying exoplanet atmospheres to open new field of study

Researchers have identified and classified populations of similar exoplanet atmospheres in order to improve our knowledge of planetary formation. An international team of researchers examined...
frost-resistant coatings

Scientists develop environmentally safe, frost-resistant coatings

Scientists produce environmentally friendly frost-resistant coatings as an alternative to conventional de-icers. Airports throughout winter require huge amounts of de-icing fluids to allow the planes...
Temperature

Earth’s atmosphere revealed by temperature changes and climate shifts

A research team from Hokkaido University has investigated temperature changes and climate shifts to reveal the evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere. What have scientists investigated...
Arctic Permafrost

Arctic permafrost thawing amid unexpected summer rainfall

A research team from Wageningen University and Research (WUR) has discovered an increased acceleration in the rate that the Arctic permafrost is thawing. Why is...
Archaea

Analysing the archaea organism in attempts to reduce methane emissions

Researchers use biophysical and biochemical techniques to analyse the archaea microorganism, that produces methane emissions during anaerobic environments, to attempt to reduce future natural...
Greenhouse

Antarctica expedition reveals past concentration of greenhouse gases

A research team led by the University of Venice has successfully conducted a two-month expedition in Antarctica, revealing invaluable information of temperature levels, and...
waste heat recovery

Novel waste heat recovery systems to revolutionise the sector

Heat pipe heat exchangers (HPHE) designed by partners at ETEKINA are shaping the waste heat recovery systems of the future. In early February 2022, the...
Black Hole

Scientists observe novel black hole formation

A research team from the University of Turku, Finland, has discovered that the axis of rotation challenges current theoretical models of black hole formation. What...

Ytterbium: A mysterious element mapped by astronomers

A research team, led by Lund University in Sweden, has provided an important clue to the origin of the element ‘Ytterbium’ in the Milky...
Climate Change

Observation of the Arctic Sea leads to accurate climate model predictions

A research team from the University of Huddersfield has studied sea ice fragmentation in the Arctic to generate climate model predictions with superior accuracy. Why...
Recycling

Recycling CO2 made possible by novel method

A research team from Hokkaido University has developed a novel method that could be used for recycling CO2 waste, while also producing molecules useful for...

RSS-Hydro: Active participants in the digital revolution of the space sector

RSS-Hydro is joining a collaborative effort to participate in the digital revolution of the space sector in Luxembourg. We are in an era of interconnectivity...
African River

Connecting climate change mitigation policies to save African River basins

Study reveals potential consequences for water, energy, and food security in African river basins if global leaders are unable to coordinate climate change mitigation. A careful...
Hummingbird

Novel study finds hummingbirds are pollinating more than bees

A collaborative research team, including Bonn University, have observed a significantly higher seed set in hummingbird pollination compared to bees. How was this comparison discovered? An...
Ice

Electric vehicles can help prevent Arctic Sea ice from melting

Businesses can help reverse climate change by ensuring their company vehicles and salary sacrifice schemes are Climate Positive with Fleet Electric. Antarctic and Arctic sea...
Carbon Dioxide

Scientists develop novel method to convert CO2 into fuel

A research team from Lund University, Sweden, have demonstrated that it is possible to convert Carbon Dioxide (CO2) into fuel, by utilising advanced materials...

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