Reducing ship speeds by 10-15% could reduce maritime emissions by 20-30%
Cariou, a researcher & professor at KEDGE Business School and a specialist in maritime and port economy suggests that decreasing ship’s speed seems to be the best short-term answer to meeting the initial deadline of 2030 for cutting.
Worthy daughter of illustrious scientists and her alchemical successes (Sep 12 is Irene Joliot-Curie's 120th birth anniversary)
She discovered the missing part of the heart of matter but unfortunately didn't get the credit. Undeterred, she went on to ...
Retired nuclear safety officer and Spanish journalist duo file case against firms behind LHC
Months before the $6-billion, 30-year project wa...
China firm uses workers to 'pre-test' coronavirus vaccine in global race
China has positioned itself to be a strong contender. Eight of the nearly two dozen potential vaccines in various stages of human testing worldwide are from China, the most of any country. And SinoPharm and another Chinese company already have announced they're entering final testing.
From Rabindranath Tagore to Kailash Satyarthi, when burglars aimed for the Nobel
In 2016 a baul singer was arrested for stealing Tagore's Nobel medal and citations.