The UK’s Birmingham City University showcased a new hydrogen car at the Auto Expo Motor Show in New Delhi, India, in February 2014
Concrete is, and will continue to be, the most important of building materials, yet it is prone to cracking
Is uncorking headed for the dustbin?
The webinar begins by asking the question “Why is the Earth’s surface the temperature it is?”.
With the ever increasing change in the global economic demographics it is time to consider just what impact this has beyond the already accepted increase in healthcare costs.
presented on 19 Nov 2013
Poster by Dr. Alessandro Poma, Dr. Yao Xu and Dr. Nicholas Turner
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Poster by Jennifer Wickens, Stuart Roberts, Alison Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Nicholas J. Race and Dr. John F. Bower
Poster by Callie Seaman, Bryn Flinders and Malcolm Clench
As scientists we are always complaining about how science is misrepresented in the media, whether print or broadcast – errors in how something is described or used creep in everywhere
External observers could be forgiven for writing off the European coal industry as irredeemably moribund. Weighed down by environmental laws, the rise of gas generation and the widespread pursuit of renewables
Wendy Carr, a postgraduate engineering student at Newcastle University, UK, has been awarded the Ashok Kumar Commemorative Fellowship for 2014
Space in our universe is certainly not ‘empty’. The apparent void between the stars, and between the galaxies in which they reside, is populated by dusts and molecules
No one in a small village would notice the effect of higher birth rates for boys than for girls because the statistical difference is not great
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