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Fast Company
Samantha Cole
Vodafone Makes A Bold Move In Maternity Leave: Will Others Follow? Vodafone announced today that it will start offering 16 weeks fully paid maternity leave by the end of the year, and full pay for 30-hour weeks for the first six months after they return to work. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 5, 2015
Emma Stoye
'Pee power' urinal trialled on university campus The system generates power from urine using a microbial fuel cell. The 'fuel' is collected via a urinal and the system could be deployed at a low cost. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Fast Company
John Paul Titlow
Self-Driving Cars Will Be The Biggest Auto Safety Innovation Ever Like so many things in life, the future of driving is automated. In fact, autonomous vehicles could reduce traffic accidents by 90%, according to a new report from McKinsey. mark for My Articles 310 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
March 4, 2015
James Heskett
Can a Laissez-Faire Approach Fix Labor Market Inequality? Walmart's recent action to raise wages and offer new career advancement opportunities cheer advocates who believe market forces, not government intervention, offer the best ways to address unhealthy levels of wage disparity. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 3, 2015
Rebecca Trager
Proposed ozone rule could cut US GDP by $1.7 trillion The US's new, more restrictive ozone standard of 65 parts per billion could cut America's GDP by $1.7 trillion between 2017 and 2040, according to a new report. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2, 2015
Matthew Gunther
Meteoritic rise of perovskite solar cells under scrutiny over efficiencies The sun has certainly been shining for perovskite solar cells in recent years. First created in 2012, perovskite solar cells have shown great promise as an affordable alternative to other solar technologies. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2, 2015
Emma Stoye
UN proposes Bhopal contamination probe Although the disaster took place over 30 years ago, several campaign groups argue that the resulting contamination was never properly measured or dealt with, and that it still represents a health hazard for local people. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 27, 2015
Tim Wogan
Sun rises on new solar route to hydrogen A new, more efficient way of using sunlight to split water into hydrogen and oxygen has been developed by researchers in China and Israel. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 26, 2015
Emma Cooper
Engineered bacteria synthesize palladium biosorbent Genetically modified Escherichia coli can synthesize a protein that could work as a palladium biosorbent to recover the precious metal from polluted water, new research shows. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 24, 2015
Phillip Broadwith
Catalytic carbon dioxide convertors The world's demand for energy, and the resultant carbon dioxide emissions, are drastically changing our climate. UK startup Econic Technologies is developing catalysts that could take some of that CO 2 and lock it up in high-performance polymer materials. mark for My Articles 244 similar articles
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