Government calls for stakeholder views on changes to UK REACH
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CHEMICAL businesses, downstream chemical users, and other stakeholders are being called to consult on plans to change UK REACH by introducing an alternative transitional registration model (ATRm). The model aims to uphold high levels of protection of human health and the environment, while reducing the transition cost of switching to a domestic chemical regulation regime ..read more
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Enfinium commits to net zero by 2033 ahead of summer carbon capture project
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ONE of the UK’s largest waste-to-energy companies, enfinium, has committed to using carbon capture technology to achieve net zero by 2033 ..read more
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University of Bristol switches on fastest, greenest supercomputer
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THE UK’S most powerful and greenest supercomputer – Isambard-AI – has begun to come online and researchers can soon apply to use it to make breakthroughs in the likes of drug and carbon capture developments ..read more
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UK selects Wylfa as preferred site for third nuclear power station
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5d ago
THE UK government has selected Wylfa in Anglesey as its preferred site for the nation’s third large-scale nuclear power station. It brings the UK a step closer to its ambition of quadrupling nuclear power capacity to 24 GW by 2050 ..read more
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UK seeks to attract 40,000 nuclear recruits with skills plan
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5d ago
THE UK’s National Nuclear Strategic Plan for Skills has launched, outlining how government, industry, and stakeholders can collaborate to double hiring rates and fill 40,000 new jobs by 2030. The plan supports recruitment across the civil and defence sectors, following the government’s 2023 announcement of a “nuclear revival ..read more
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Moderna wins Covid vaccine patent case in ongoing Pfizer, BioNTech battle
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1w ago
MODERNA has won the latest round of its long-running legal battle with Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech over its Covid vaccine ..read more
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Engineers urge UK action on sewage to guard against sickness outbreaks
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1w ago
IMMEDIATE action to bolster maintenance of the sewage system and sensors to allow real-time monitoring of water quality are among engineering experts’ recommendations to reduce the risk of harmful organisms polluting UK’s waterways and making people sick ..read more
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Australia’s commits A$22.7bn to green energy and production in latest federal budget
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HYDROGEN, critical minerals, batteries, and low-carbon fuels are set to benefit from a multi-billion-dollar package of measures announced by the Australian government. Part of the Future Made in Australia initiative, the A$22.7bn (US$15.2bn) budget, which includes previously announced spending plans, is designed to address structural and strategic challenges facing the country’s economy ..read more
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Jacobs chosen to design underwater energy storage pilot
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TECHNOLOGY developer BaroMar has appointed Jacobs to develop the preliminary design for its large-scale, underwater, long-duration energy storage pilot project, situated off the coast of Cyprus ..read more
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Hunt for industry partners begins as UK seeks to build prototype nuclear fusion plant
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A COMPETITION is being launched later this month to find the industry partners that will build the UK’s prototype nuclear fusion energy plant ..read more
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