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New tech to protect Denmark’s wind turbines from erosion

25/05 12:08 CET

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  1. 01/02/2016Zika: the facts so far behind the virus
  2. 28/01/2016Climate change: UN report confirms 2015 hottest year since records began
  3. 25/01/2016The praying mantis with 3D glasses
  4. 21/01/2016Vultures help combat illegal garbage dumps in Peru
  5. 18/01/2016Being plugged in 24/7 causes stress and anxiety
  6. 14/01/2016Bronze Age ‘Pompeii’ discovered in England
  7. 13/01/2016Finding space on earth
  8. 15/12/2015United Arab Emirates to launch space mission to Mars
  9. 10/12/2015The stellarator: a cool name for a mad hot fusion reactor
  10. 02/12/2015Tracking the gases in the Amazon Rainforest
  11. 01/12/2015ESA’s Lisa Pathfinder mission: the hunt for gravitational waves delayed
  12. 30/11/2015China resettles drought-afflicted residents
  13. 25/11/2015Drones playing a crucial part in helping the Spanish Ibex goats.
  14. 23/11/2015Monte Rosa Glacier shrinking fast say scientists
  15. 19/11/2015Observatories combine to create a virtual telescope the size of the Earth
  16. 16/11/2015Champagne adopts methods to defend the fizz from climate change
  17. 12/11/2015New blood test improves prostate cancer screening
  18. 02/11/2015Chinese claim world’s first 3D blood vessel bio-printer
  19. 29/10/2015Red and processed meats cause cancer
  20. 28/10/2015Villa Nola the final resting place of a Roman Emperor
  21. 22/10/2015New research yields surprising finds about Pompeii residents
  22. 15/10/2015Purdue University researchers experiment the dangers of heating hair
  23. 14/10/2015The scientific secrets of a weather station on Quelccaya ice cap in Peru
  24. 17/09/2015Ancient house reveals suburbia in Ancient Rome
  25. 10/09/2015Italy’s glaciers melting at alarming pace
  26. 03/09/2015Making history, Denmark’s first man in space
  27. 25/08/2015Momentum for Mars: Astronauts say mission is inevitable
  28. 24/08/2015Morocco sets off on 10 year plan to hold back the desert
  29. 30/07/2015Retreating ice reveals climate secrets on Qori Kalis glacier
  30. 29/07/2015Italy’s army bringing down the cost of getting high on medical marijuana
  31. 21/07/2015Powerful MRI scanners could predict diseases
  32. 14/07/2015Sardinian thistles play key role in bioplastics
  33. 13/07/2015Cardiac microchip provides advance warning of future heart problems
  34. 09/07/2015Take a trip deep into iceland’s Langjökull glacier
  35. 08/07/2015Moribund Salton Sea fast becoming a Californian health hazard
  36. 06/07/2015Bart Knols: Waging war on mosquitoes
  37. 02/07/2015Machines confused by human-induced “leap second”
  38. 01/07/2015Usound app provides sound solutions for the hard of hearing
  39. 30/06/2015Exploring the brain while we chat to better understand how it works
  40. 25/06/2015Back to nature for the swimming pools of the future
  41. 24/06/2015Tiny gecko could hold secret to new water repellent materials
  42. 15/06/2015Climate change, erosion and the disappearance of Senegal’s coast
  43. 08/06/2015Jordan’s Black Desert may hold key to Earth’s first farmers
  44. 02/06/2015App identifies premature newborns
  45. 01/06/2015Mind-controlled prosthetics make great strides
  46. 26/05/2015Tracking pilots’ brains to reduce risk of human error
  47. 21/05/2015Evidence of ancient wine found in Georgia a vintage quaffed some 6,000 years BC
  48. 19/05/2015Shoe chip measures hospital hand-washing
  49. 14/05/2015Melting of Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctic may raise sea levels
  50. 12/05/2015Capricorn One becomes reality: recreating Mars in a Utah desert
  51. 11/05/2015Addicted to sport
  52. 28/04/2015Andrea Ferrari: the graphene guru
  53. 23/04/2015Scientists’ breakthrough with artificial spider silk
  54. 22/04/2015‘Heart-on-a-chip’ could replace animals in drug development
  55. 16/04/2015Australian turtle tracking aids understanding and conservation
  56. 13/04/2015Smartphones changing the way our brain and thumbs interact
  57. 23/03/2015“Cyberlegs” hold promise for amputees
  58. 19/03/2015New study reveals eels remotely control their prey
  59. 04/03/2015Major coastal cities face inundation because of global warming
  60. 03/03/2015HIV test via your smartphone in 15 minutes
  61. 02/03/2015Put a cow in your car: scientists produce fuel from animal fat
  62. 27/02/2015Alain Hubert: “It’s not that cold, the average is about -20C”
  63. 24/02/2015Mapping the unborn baby’s brain to better combat disease
  64. 19/02/2015Could virtual body swapping reduce racism?
  65. 17/02/2015Mind games developed as researchers take a peek into premature brains
  66. 16/02/2015Live – World Innovation Summit for Health 2015
  67. 16/02/20153D vaccine could help fight cancer
  68. 05/02/2015The fairest of them all: monkeys learn to recognise reflection in mirror
  69. 21/01/2015World’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Baikal under threat
  70. 14/01/2015Time control glasses can help combat sleep disorders, says inventor
  71. 06/01/2015Diabetes: could bacteria provide a cure?
  72. 19/12/2014Jean Troillet: ‘I’m not interested in an easy life’
  73. 15/12/2014Laura Robinson: Deep ocean explorer
  74. 08/12/2014Peru’s glaciers melting dangerously fast as a result of global warming
  75. 04/12/2014Tests on dogs in hope of prolonging human lifespan
  76. 03/12/2014Mapping the oceans’ coral reefs to try and save them from extinction
  77. 25/11/2014The 3D map of Antarctica
  78. 07/11/2014Bloodhound SSC team start desert tests
  79. 28/10/2014Ebola: ‘Europe’s situation is excellent’ – Professor Jean-Claude Manuguerra
  80. 27/10/2014Sustainable habitat in Colombia: building homes with plastic bottles
  81. 21/10/2014Jeremy Curl: Seeking prehistoric art in the Sahara
  82. 21/10/2014Anders Sandberg : Explorer of the mind
  83. 20/10/2014Divers use super-suit to recover ancient Greek treasures
  84. 17/10/2014Why are Danes so happy? It could be in their genes
  85. 13/10/2014Synthetic bones: a booming market
  86. 09/10/2014Artificial coral to protect endangered reefs
  87. 07/10/2014Transgenic silk worm produces tough spider silk
  88. 06/10/2014Step inside the Micropia zoo to see the invisible world of microbes
  89. 02/10/2014New bio label could reduce food waste
  90. 19/09/2014Alex Bellini: ‘I’m going to live on an iceberg until it melts’
  91. 15/09/2014Bee’s honey could replace antibiotics
  92. 04/09/20143-D printed organs: one step closer
  93. 02/09/2014Turning dandelions into tyres
  94. 01/09/2014China conducts first 3D printed vertebra implant
  95. 28/08/2014Elephants smell better
  96. 26/08/2014Latest archeological finds: digging deeper in Greece and Mexico
  97. 25/08/2014Jellyfish fairies
  98. 01/08/2014Caver Francesco Sauro explores mysterious Tepui table mountains
  99. 31/07/2014Buzz and roar airport bees used to monitor aircraft pollution
  100. 30/07/2014Is time running out for the tiger?
  101. 24/07/2014Fish on wheels take their tanks for a spin
  102. 23/07/2014Fishy solution: sun cream that is a load of old cods
  103. 22/07/2014Sleep problems a growing health hazard
  104. 16/07/2014New test can detect early signs of autism in babies
  105. 10/07/2014Alzheimer’s disease test hopes
  106. 03/07/2014Iran embarks on major solar energy drive
  107. 01/07/2014Interview : ‘Polar adventurer Sarah McNair Landry’
  108. 01/07/2014Turning dreams into reality
  109. 24/06/2014Fighting back against ‘intelligent’ drug-resistant bacteria
  110. 23/06/2014ALMA telescope amazes scientists
  111. 19/06/2014Fruit and veg get the eternal youth treatment
  112. 11/06/2014Seeing inside insects to mimic their movements and build better machines
  113. 10/06/2014Monaco museum to clean up sharks’ bad image
  114. 09/06/2014Why octopuses don’t get into a tangle
  115. 05/06/2014Clever buoy makes a splash
  116. 03/06/2014Exploring space will unlock the secrets of our planet
  117. 29/05/2014Ancient textiles get new lease of life in Florence
  118. 28/05/2014The pliosaur which could smell like a crocodile and swallow a cow in one bite
  119. 22/05/2014British Museum brings mummies to life
  120. 15/05/2014West Antarctic glaciers melting at ‘unstoppable’ rate
  121. 13/05/2014What will we discover when we switch the LHC back on?
  122. 05/05/2014Keeping a closer eye on reindeer and penguins
  123. 01/05/2014Replication saves Tutankhamun’s tomb
  124. 30/04/2014Aliens of the sea
  125. 15/04/2014Groundbreaking discoveries on birdsong and speedy phone charging
  126. 14/04/2014Spinal implants aid paralysed patients in medical tests
  127. 10/04/2014Put on your thinking cap
  128. 09/04/2014Solar Impulse unveil new round-the-world solar aircraft
  129. 09/04/2014Using essential oils rather than pesticides to fight malaria
  130. 08/04/2014What can you hear down there? The Ocean’s answer to Google Earth
  131. 04/04/2014ITER: How a new star will be born
  132. 03/04/2014Climate change a harsh reality for the Marshall Islands
  133. 21/03/2014Solar powered plane aims for the edge of space
  134. 19/03/2014One step closer to proving Big Bang theory
  135. 06/03/2014New hope for Breast Cancer sufferers from Cardiff University research
  136. 26/02/2014Continuous cardiac monitoring on the cards
  137. 21/02/2014SeaOrbiter set for construction
  138. 21/02/2014The desire for discovery
  139. 20/02/2014Iran’s dying lake
  140. 19/02/2014New blood test for schizophrenia
  141. 17/02/2014Amputee recovers feeling with robotic arm
  142. 13/02/2014Can diuretic drugs fight autism?
  143. 12/02/2014New mini-lab could save lives as well as time
  144. 06/02/2014Organ regeneration moves closer with stem cell breakthrough
  145. 03/02/2014New MRI scan redefining myeloma treatment
  146. 29/01/2014Spanish caveman becomes geneticists blue-eyed boy
  147. 27/01/2014Hopes for better food security with salt-resistant crops
  148. 23/01/2014New balloon therapy to fight obesity
  149. 21/01/2014Gene therapy restores eyesight
  150. 16/01/2014Rosetta to embark on final mission
  151. 14/01/2014Stem cell therapy heals broken bones
  152. 14/01/2014Plankton: the air we breathe
  153. 06/01/2014Himalayan brown bears now critically endangered
  154. 19/12/2013Danube Delta’s unique habitat under threat, say experts
  155. 16/12/2013Oldest human DNA yields more questions than answers
  156. 09/12/2013Food science to fight obesity
  157. 28/11/2013New AIDS vaccine aims to block HIV from entering the body
  158. 27/11/2013Ancient settlement discovered in Israel
  159. 19/11/2013Forecasting air pollution