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UK Civil Aviation Authority Selects Pilot Hydrogen Fuel Projects to Prepare Industry for Net Zero Emissions

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced the first three companies selected to participate in its Hydrogen Challenge Sandbox to spur innovation of hydrogen propulsion for net zero aviation emissions. The regulator will work closely with the project teams to increase readiness for introducing hydrogen fuel and...

Breakthrough for HS2’s Longest Rail Tunnel Under UK’s Chiltern Hills

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HS2's first Tunnel boring machine (TBM) named "Florence" has broken through the chalk geology of the Chilterns Hills in Buckinghamshire, UK, completing a 10-mile drive and excavating the longest Tunnel on the high-speed rail project. The breakthrough took place on February 27th, 2024, and marks a significant milestone...

Private US Spacecraft Odysseus Achieves Historic Moon Landing

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The US has landed its' first Moon since 1972, with the successful touchdown of the privately-built spacecraft Odysseus on the lunar surface. The historic mission underscores advancements in spacecraft design while serving as a proof point for NASA's commercial partnership model as the space industry looks to ramp...

David Clark Prize 2024: Time Running Out to Apply for Prestigious STEM Teaching Prize

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The countdown is on for UK science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) educators to submit their applications for the prestigious 2024 David Clark Prize, recognising exceptional contributions inspiring young engineers. With the deadline nearing March 1st, 2024, now is the time to put your names forward for this highly...

Japan Set to Launch World’s First Wooden Satellite to Combat Space Junk

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The growing number of satellites and space debris in orbit is becoming a significant environmental threat. When metal spacecraft re-enters the Earth's atmosphere, they release harmful aluminium particles. However, scientists from Japan have come up with an ingenious solution - a wooden satellite that could offer a more...

Thin Graphene Oxide Nanosheets Safe for Human Inhalation in First Controlled Clinical Trial

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Graphene oxide has generated substantial interest globally with applications in electronics, energy, medicine, and more. However, uncertainties around the human health impacts of manufactured nanomaterials have raised safety concerns over widespread use. Graphene oxide (GO) is a unique two-dimensional nanomaterial derived from graphene, the world's thinnest and strongest...


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