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Everybody learns in school that plants convert sunlight into usable energy through the process known as photosynthesis. Now, thanks to research at Forschungszentrum Juelich, the largest interdisciplinary research center in Europe, humans may be able to harness the power of photosynthesis to create – no pun intended – green energy.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy Solar Europe By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Has your TV ever clicked or buzzed just before your cell phone rang? Has your car radio ever gone crazy when you drove under powerlines? Have you ever heard a distracting hum while you played a vintage record? If so, you've experienced the interference caused by electromagnetic pollution firsthand.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Infographics Energy Environmental By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Becoming self-sustainable is on the mind of governments worldwide as we continue to see the devastating results of pollution. At one New Zealand school, students are putting technology to the test to see if they can save their school big bucks while conserving the environment.

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Posted in: Energy Environmental Solar Flow Rate New Zealand By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Cargo ships were once one of the main ways of transporting imports and exports from country to country. Although air transportation has reduced the demand for cargo ships over time, in Africa, major ports still remain a primary way to provide essential products to landlocked countries like Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan. Despite the rise in competition, over the weekend Kenya Ports Authority opened the first part of a new container terminal at the Port of Mombasa.

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Posted in: Shipping / Transportation Energy Oil & Gas Drilling Africa By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Covering about 70% of the Earth's surface, the world's oceans have a two-way relationship with weather and climate. Oceans not only influence the weather, but as the climate changes so does the amount of carbon dioxide absorbed by oceans, which in turn effects the biodiversity and productivity of ocean ecosystems. As steps are being taken around the world to help reduce climate change, a major ocean project in Canada just received a sizable donation from a seafood baron.

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Posted in: Energy Environmental Seafood Oil & Gas Drilling North America By MadgeTech Marketing Team

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