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Siemens Digital Industries Software to switch to Brooklands, Cambridge’s first net zero carbon office development

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It will take 40 per cent of the new business campus.

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Post-mortem examination ‘inconclusive’ about cause of death of baby found at Waterbeach recycling centre

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Health authorities issue an appeal to the mother.

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Post-mortem inconclusive after newborn baby found at Cambs recycling centre

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The newborn baby boy was discovered by staff at a recycling centre in Waterbeach, near Cambridge, last week

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Artificial leaf array recognised in solar fuel competition

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Artificial leaf array recognised in solar fuel competition

The Cambridge team and their artificial leaf array Thursday, December 1, 2022 A team of University of Cambridge researchers have reached the final of the EU “Fuel from the Sun” competition with their artificial leaf array which converts sunlight to solar fuel. The team, made up of researchers from the Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry…

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Police searching for mum of baby found dead at Cambs recycling centre say ‘we can help’

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A post mortem to determine cause of death will be carried out on Monday, December 5

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Body of newborn baby boy found at Cambridgeshire recycling centre

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Police are appealing for anyone with information to get in touch

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Body of newborn baby boy found at Waterbeach recycling centre

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Police have launched an investigation.

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Warming and acidification threatens organisms

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Warming and acidification threatens organisms

Global warming and ocean acidification are threatening marine organisms, such as corals, bryozoans, molluscs, sea urchins or crustaceans, that build their skeletons and shells with calcium carbonate (chalk) according to … The post Warming and acidification threatens organisms appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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LCIL Friday Lecture: ‘Oil and water: The inherent incompatibility of international investment law with climate action’ – Dr Anil Yilmaz Vastardis, Essex Law School

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Lecture Summary: The survival of our planet requires swift and targeted climate policies to adapt, mitigate and repair. Scientists and political elites acknowledge the urgency to reduce our reliance on coal and fossil fuels to achieve the necessary reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Academics have been studying the impacts of investment treaty protections on climate…

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‘The Africa COP’: Cambridge researcher in Uganda describes climate change mayhem

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Dr Gabriel Okello of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

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