Innovation

Energy, Innovation, Press release, Technology

How Data Centers are Pioneering Green Technology

By Lex Coors When you think of March, you think of St. Patrick’s Day. And what color immediately comes to mind? Green. But today, the color green has taken on a brand new significance as […]

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Gadgets, Innovation, Oxford University

Some of today’s leading innovators under 35

There have been many innovators in the past including such people as Marie Skłodowska Curie, Copernicus, Einstein, Rosalind Franklin etc. Some have innovated throughout their lives like Thomas Edison, Tim Berners-Lee and Leonardo da Vinci […]

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Europe, Innovation, Technology, Travel

Ports as Energy Centres 

DP World Column During the age of coal, huge bulk carriers and colliers crisscrossed the globe, transporting anthracite and lignite. Of course, as the world weans itself off coal – with more and more sources […]

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Business, Innovation, Technology

BakkerElkhuizen Handshake Mouse

Nicholas Newman Looking for a new mouse that reduces hand fatigue and stress, then it is worth trying the Handshake Mouse by BakkerElkhuizen. It is designed for people like journalists, businessmen, and personal assistants etc., […]

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Business, Education, Europe, Innovation, Interviews, Research

Interested in a career at a start-up?

Want to work at a start-up? 10 phrases you should never say during an interview   In recent years, start-ups have undoubtedly become increasingly attractive for younger workers. According to an online survey, more than […]

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Business, Education, Innovation

Oxford Professional Consulting

How to consistently Lead with Confidence and Deliver on Projects, even When your Workload is High and your Leadership Energy is running Low. You see… When you are busy overseeing multiple projects at work, it’s easy to feel […]

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Energy, Europe, European Union, Gadgets, Innovation, Motoring, Technology

How less heavy vehicles can help cut CO2 emissions

The average mass of passenger cars in the European Union has increased by around 40% over the past four decades. Additional vehicle mass consumes more energy and results in higher CO2 emissions. A reduction in vehicle […]

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Business, Innovation, Journalism, Law, Lawyers

Meme & Copyright: Can You Laugh Away the Law?

Memes are one of the greatest phenomena in Internet culture and an example of viral sharing online. For anyone unsure what exactly “memes” are, memes are photos, illustrations or picture excerpts from films that are […]

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Business, Electricity, Energy, Innovation, Research, Technology

Re)designing resistors with Computational Fluid Dynamics

  The design of the much loved Mini Cooper dates back to the 1950s and has elegantly withstood the test of time to become the British icon it is today. If you asked Mini Cooper […]

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Energy, Europe, European power markets, Gadgets, Innovation, Technology

Centrica completes installation of battery storage scheme for Gateshead Council

Centrica’s Distributed Energy and Power business has today (Monday) announced the installation of one of the country’s largest commercial battery storage schemes for Gateshead Council.The battery project has been designed to store or release energy […]

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