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C02 emissions per passenger

The world may be becoming more environmentally conscious, but carbon emissions are still a major source of concern. We examine the modes of transport with …

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US workplace fatalities decline

Workplace fatalities in the US are decreasing, according to the Bureau of Labor. However, this is not cause to be complacent – accidents at work …

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Papering over the damage

As more people shift to computers, smartphones and tablets to read the news, one could be forgiven for thinking this is having a positive impact …

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The EADS Airbus A300 Beluga

An Airbus A300 Beluga aircraft is loaded with wings at the Airbus SAS wing assembly factory in Broughton, England. EADS, the owner of Airbus, has …

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3D printing: voyage into the third dimension

Additive manufacturing – or ’3D printing’ as it is popularly known – has been used to manufacture prototypes for almost 30 years. In the past …

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It’s going to be lonely at the top

On May 28, a 408ft spire was fitted to the top of One World Trade Centre (1WTC) in New York. While the developers will tell …

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28,000 rivers disappear

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Tesla’s positive buzz

Though it revealed a net loss of $90m for Q4 2012 ñ approximately $0.79 per share ñ electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla maintained its predictions of …

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China’s year of the Jaguar

Jaguar Land Rover is to begin building vehicles in China after a £1bn joint venture was approved by Beijing. The British carmaker will partner with …

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Nintendo levels up the competition

Nintendo has come first out of the gate in the eighth generation of video game consoles. Its new Wii U gaming system features a unique …