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Sino-French satellite launched

China Daily 24 Jun 2024
It has involved scientists and engineers from multiple institutes, including the Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology in Toulouse and the Institute of High Energy Physics in Beijing.
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Waste-to-energy: The perils for human health, environment

The Philadelphia Inquirer 24 Jun 2024
MANILA, Philippines—As the Philippine government taps waste-to-energy (WTE) technology as a renewable energy resource and a solution ...
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China aims to start construction of world's biggest particle collider in 2027

ECNS 24 Jun 2024
Once completed, it will foster collaboration among scientists worldwide and drive advancements in the understanding of the fundamental nature of matter, energy, and the universe, read a technical design report (TDR) on the project released on June 3.
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Reducing PV module temperature with cooled air from the ground

PV Magazine 24 Jun 2024
A group of Iraqi scientists has investigated the usage of ground-source energy to cool PV panels and has found this solution could result in a significant reduction in the module operating temperature.
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Hyderabad airport sees highest-ever monthly passengers in May

The Siasat Daily 24 Jun 2024
The ACREX Hall of Fame Awards, evaluated by a distinguished jury of scientists, architects, and technocrats, recognize organizations demonstrating exceptional commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives.
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Home energy management systems: Compatibility, good forecasts and efficiency

PV Magazine 24 Jun 2024
The quality of home energy management systems is a concern for the industry ... To provide a glimpse into the "black box," manufacturers, scientists and users discussed the most important criteria.
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China-France space science satellite launched successfully

People Daily 24 Jun 2024
Also launched on Saturday was an experiment satellite of the Chasing All Transients Constellation Hunters mission, according to Zhang Shuangnan, a senior researcher with the Institute of High Energy ...
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Climate Change and C02: Fake Sustainability Versus Real Sustainability

GlobalResearch 24 Jun 2024
Most of the scientists that say climate change is a problem are on perpetual government grants ... Renewable energy is not a viable solution to the world’s energy problems ... Mark Keenan is a former scientist at the UK Government Dept.
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Technology exec Eric Stonestrom replaces Lew Crampton as board chair of Cox Science Center

Palm Beach Daily News 24 Jun 2024
A public campaign will get underway this fall, he added ... "It was a good fit. My grandfather was a chemistry professor, my father's an engineer, and my two brothers are scientists. I'm an engineer by training, so it was a logical place to put energy.
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Amid intense heatwave, US depending on fossil fuel to cool down

RTE 23 Jun 2024
"In a maddening loop, those emissions are contributing to more extreme weather events, which are straining our power grid," said Vivian Yang, energy analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists.
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Coming soon to a lake near you: Floating solar panels

MinnPost 21 Jun 2024
... have a high energy demand in the first place,” said Iestyn Woolway, an Earth system scientist at Bangor University and lead author of a new paper describing the findings in the journal Nature Water.
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A bipartisan energy bill boosting nuclear power heading to President Biden’s desk

SiliconValley.com 21 Jun 2024
What’s called the ADVANCE (Accelerating Deployment of Versatile, Advanced Nuclear for Clean Energy) Act aims to make it easier and faster to build new reactors across the country ... “Nuclear energy is ...
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Mild calorie restriction for 2 years vastly reduces biological aging: Study

Interesting Engineering 21 Jun 2024
... Intake of Energy (CALERIE) study spanning over two years, the scientists discovered signs of issues with metabolism, heart and kidney problems, and inflammation that predict poor aging. .
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Beneath offshore wind turbines, researchers grow seafood and seaweed

The Nashville Ledger 21 Jun 2024
"There's an increasing competition for space on land and in the sea," said Aarhus University senior scientist Annette Bruhn, who leads the project. "We can, in one area, produce both fossil-free energy and food for a growing population.".
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Iran signals a major boost in nuclear program at key site

Jewish World Review 21 Jun 2024
But in a striking shift, leaders of the country's nuclear energy program have begun asserting publicly that their scientists now possess all the components and skills for nuclear bombs and could build one quickly if so ordered.

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