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Scientists have created invisible solar panels which look like windows
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EU leaders have slashed the Horizon 2020 funding destined for research and innovation — a decision deemed short-sighted by researchers for the future productivity and creativity of Europe.
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High-tech Start-Ups in Croatia: Rimac Automobili pushing electric car limits
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
Finding gold in the gutters of Brussels
Most of us might think sewage is just a waste product, but a group of scientists in Belgium are seeing it very differently. They've launched a project to recover precious metals like gold and silver from what we're all flushing away.
Could cashew nuts be the future of environmentally friendly sunscreen?
'Green scientists' in Johannesburg, South Africa have discovered a way to make eco-friendly sun-blocking products from the shells of cashew nuts.