Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin SOURCE: https://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/facts-and-stats/impact-higher-education/Documents/made-at-uni-breakthroughs.pdfUniversities UK MadeAtUni is a campaign celebrates the transformational impact of UK universities. From inventing the television to observing the flight of mosquitoes to drive the future of transport, UK universities have been making breakthroughs for decades. 2018 has been no different, but many have gone unnoticed
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There is a gradual change afoot at fuel forecourts in several markets, whether developed or developing, being led by none other than the refining and marketing units of energy behemoths, including the top 20 international oil and gas companies ranked by market capitalization – that’s the increasing visibility of electric vehicle (EV) charging points. In Europe, much
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Late last month, Amazon announced its entry into an industry new to the global giant: satellite data link services. Through a partnership with defense industry veteran Lockheed Martin, the AWS Ground Station service will eventually have a global network of 12 antenna ground stations – facilities that provide communications between the ground and satellites by using
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Annie Jump Cannon shared the experience of being deaf with her colleague Henrietta Leavitt.Smithsonian Institution https://www.flickr.com/photos/25053835@N03/3322793868/ December 11 is the birthday of astronomer Annie Jump Cannon, who developed the system astronomers use to classify stars. But the most famous female astronomer in history almost abandoned her scientific career before it started. Astronomers classify stars based
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Greens can be greener.Georgia Tech “Don’t forget to eat your fruits and vegetables,” mom always said. The latest advice for healthy living may be growing those berries and greens with wastewater. Once you get past the “ick” factor, it’s actually better for the planet. The U.S Department of Agriculture has awarded a $5 million grant to
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WASHINGTON — With both the current Congress and his political career nearing their ends, Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) said Dec. 10 he’s continuing to fight to extend operations of the International Space Station through the end of the next decade. In a speech on the Senate floor that will be one of his last in
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