The 12 Billion Year Old Mystery of Stalled Galaxies

The FINANCIAL — New research, published in Nature and led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst, has just answered one of the fundamental questions about our universe: Why did some of the oldest, most massive galaxies go quiescent early in their formation? The…

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No doubt about climate change:Oxford Climate Scientists

British Reporter — Leading Oxford climate scientists today insisted there can be no doubt that human-driven climate change is a fact and urgent action is needed, as the IPCC’s report is released showing emissions are driving up temperatures.…

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Using Snakes to Monitor Fukushima Radiation

Researchers placed tiny GPS trackers on rat snakes to track their movements at Fukushima. Ten years after one of the largest nuclear accidents in history spewed radioactive contamination over the landscape in Fukushima, Japan, a University of Georgia study has shown that radioactive…

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Lifesaving Supplies Rely on Integrated Logistics

The FINANCIAL -- Accountability/ For pharmaceutical companies, managing supply chains is a demanding task with many complexities. In a new partnership with Novo Nordisk, Maersk aims to make logistics simpler and safer by thinking end-to-end.…

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Making Green Hydrogen a Cost-Competitive Climate Solution

The FINANCIAL --As global economies turn increasingly carbon neutral, IRENA drives hydrogen agenda and sees renewable hydrogen at least cost possible within decade. Hydrogen produced with renewable electricity could compete on costs with fossil fuel alternatives by 2030, according to a new report…

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VISIT BRITAIN : Have a royal time at Royal Ascot

The FINANCIAL -- With 5 days of top quality racing, Royal Ascot is the pinnacle of the British horse racing calendar. As Britain’s most valuable horse racing meeting, with millions of pounds of prize money for owners, it welcomes racehorses, jockeys and trainers…

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