Month: November 2020

Climate tech is more important than ever, but the systemic challenges entrepreneurs face in shepherding these solutions to commercial success is formidable. Most have incredibly long R&D lead times, while the systems that typically support startups cater to ones promising shorter-term payoffs. That’s why earlier this year, clean economy nonprofits Rocky Mountain Institute ’ known
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<!––>Lead author Jan Lagendijk (left) and first author Bas Raaymakers from UMC Utrecht. A research paper describing the first clinical use of a 1.5 T MRI-Linac for MRI-guided radiotherapy has won its authors the 2020 Physics in Medicine & Biology (PMB) citations prize. This annual prize recognizes the PMB paper that received the most citations
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By Rein F. Nov 29, 2020 08:00 PM EST After almost a century of hiding, grass-poly (Lythrum hyssopifolium) was recently discovered growing in a Norfolk farmland pond by Professor Carl Sayer of University College London. Previously believed to have gone extinct, grass-poly is one of the rarest plants in the United Kingdom. The last confirmed
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U.S. Big Oil majors are behind their European counterparts in carbon strategies, and the U.S. shale market will remain one of the key drilling regions globally. David McNew | Getty Images LONDON ’ Oil-producing group OPEC, and its allies, will likely delay an output hike at its meeting this week as it weighs positive vaccine
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