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Dutch court orders government to do more to fight climate change

Verdict in world’s first climate liability case says current targets are “unlawful” and the Dutch State must reduce emissions by 25% within five years

EU to offer advice on energy investments to regions

A new service will advise Europe’s regional and local authorities on spending EU regional funds for low-carbon energy projects

German university helps develop bespoke electric car for hot climate

Fast-charging electric car adapted to fit humid weather is unveiled in Singapore

Distance no object: creating an edgy research agenda will get you noticed

At two hours from Lisbon by plane, Madeira is looked upon as something of an innovation backwater. We’re gathering a team of researchers that will challenge the perception, says Nuno Nunes, a researcher with a penchant for subversive and surprising technology

Smart specialisation: how a harsh climate inspired a tech boom

Cold air and abundant renewable energy are the ingredients for greener data centres, says Matz Engman, who helped entice internet giant Facebook to set up shop in the remote north of Sweden

VIDEO: Technology can help tackle Europe’s energy challenge

But in a time of dwindling resources in Europe and beyond, new energy technologies and processes must have efficiency as their watchword, says David Eyton, group head of technology at BP

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Dutch court orders government to do more to fight climate change
Verdict in world’s first climate liability case says current targets are “unlawful” and the Dutch State must reduce emissions by 25%...
Distance no object: creating an edgy research agenda will get you noticed
At two hours from Lisbon by plane, Madeira is looked upon as something of an innovation backwater. We’re gathering a team...
Aalto University: Energy internet could change the economy
Alex Huang, a visiting professor at Aalto, develops technologies that turn energy buyers into producers and distributors.
Cross-industry recommendations for better regulation in chemicals management
Nickel Institute has joined with 48 other industry organisations to present a joint position paper with recommendations for better regulation in...
CERN: LHC experiments back in business at record energy
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) started delivering physics data today for the first time in 27 months.
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Aalto University: Energy internet could change the economy

Alex Huang, a visiting professor at Aalto, develops technologies that turn energy buyers into producers and distributors.

Cross-industry recommendations for better regulation in chemicals management

Nickel Institute has joined with 48 other industry organisations to present a joint position paper with recommendations for better regulation in chemicals management

CERN: LHC experiments back in business at record energy

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) started delivering physics data today for the first time in 27 months.

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