The SteamBio project was highlighted in several press releases in Spain: in regional press as well as in TV. Please see SteamBio Publications & Downloads.
SteamBio was presented at the IBIOIC Annual Conference and Exhibition from 25th to 26th January in Glasgow. Please see our section Consortium Meetings & Events.
The annual report by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reveal unprecedented changes taking place in the Arctic; permafrost is thawing, seawater is warming and sea ice is melting at the fastest pace in over 1,500 years. Please follow … Weiterlesen
Network New Europe will be exhibiting as SteamBio at the IBioIC Annual Conference in Glasgow from January 25th until 26th 2018.
A bill has been submitted to US Congress to provide tax incentives for renewable chemicals and investments in renewable chemicals. Please follow this link to read the bill: S.1980 – Renewable Chemicals Act of 2017
A peer reviewed study of insect numbers in 63 nature protected areas in Germany shows 75% decline in flying insect biomass over a period of 27 years. This decline appears to be independent of habitat type, while changes in land … Weiterlesen
The EU and all 28 member states are committed to phasing out environmentally harmful subsidies, including those to fossil fuels by 2020. However research by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) indicates that eleven European countries and the EU subsidised by … Weiterlesen
Today too much of our food supply is from too few species (plant or animal). A recent report by Biodiversity International, a global research and development organisation, identified that “Overreliance on too few varieties and species is leaving the food … Weiterlesen
The first public study of its kind undertaken by Orb and a researcher at the University of Minnesota has shown previously unknown contamination of drinking water supplies by microscopic plastic fibres. Contamination levels in samples tested across five continents, from … Weiterlesen
An analysis of the global scale of plastic pollution has identified that since 1950s when mass production of fossil derived plastics started that 8.3 billion tonnes have been produced, most of which has ended up polluting land and marine based … Weiterlesen