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A consortium of scientists from the EU, the US and Canada embarked on a deep-sea sponge research voyage in July to find out what role they might play in recycling the ocean’s waste.
Heat produced in our cities is affecting human mortality
Solar power: the next generation
Developing the next generation of hybrid vehicles in Europe
Airplanes and material gains
Could Butanol be our new alternative to fossil fuels?
Aluminium production: what to do with 150 million tons of waste
An alternative to chemically de-icing planes
Lasers to imitate lizards! How reptiles and bugs are boosting innovation
Can industrial waste be mined and recycled in sustainable ways?
Finding new cures for Osteoarthritis
Tackling microplastic pollution in Europe's rivers
Leanships: changing the tide in shipbuilding
Underwater cameras: The Next Generation
A global reference tool to fight Alzheimer's
Take a trip to Tilos: The self-sufficient island
Tomorrow's hydrogen car
Making green energy cheaper
Digging deeper: can hot air provide sustainable source of electricity?
Fish in a new climate
Scientists absorbed by deep-sea sponges
Climate change and Europe's water supply
Europe's cathedrals get new life thanks to nanoparticles
Solar scientists gather to calibrate the sun's strength
Cargo vessels: a cleaner alternative to lorries
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