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SUN-to-LIQUID produces solar kerosene from sunlight, water and CO2
Time: Mon 2019-06-17 - Wed 2019-06-19 Location: KTH, Lindstedtsvägen 22-26 Type of event: Conferences and events The BIOPOL-2019 conference has the aim to provide a forum for researchers, students and companies from all over the world to exchange up-to-date ideas and opinions on current research and new applications of biopolymers and biocomposites.
Time: Mon 2019-06-17 - Wed 2019-06-19 Location: KTH, Lindstedtsvägen 22-26 Type of event: Conferences and events The BIOPOL-2019 conference has the aim to provide a forum for researchers, students and companies from all over the world to exchange up-to-date ideas and opinions on current research and new applications of biopolymers and biocomposites.
A novel approach for the treatment of viral infections is disclosed - Part 2
A novel approach for the treatment of viral infections via aiming at the destruction of the virus itself rather than merely suppressing the symptoms.
The members of the consortium held a General Assembly on 4th and 5th of June in Austria to analyse the main advances achieved since the initiative kicked off and to define next steps. ROMEO is being showcased and focused the attention on the main events of the wind energy sector.
A new wastewater treatment plant in England will trial an approach that could help more European countries reuse higher amounts of water and generate cleaner energy too.
The project aims at developing a decentralized social media platform guaranteeing trust and privacy to all users while allowing developers to create easy-to-apply social media functionality by reducing costs and development complexity.
Climate change is increasing the risk of water shortages across Europe, but researchers in the Netherlands are hoping to ease pressure by generating a steady supply of clean water and heat from deep underground reservoirs known as aquifers.
Scientist duo explores some of life’s common worries in an entertaining book backed by scientific evidence.

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