German chemical giant Basf and Poietis, a French biotechnology company specializing in the laser-assisted bioprinting of living tissue, have signed a framework agreement on further development and services in the field of 3D bioprinting technology. Their main goal is to

On 15 November 2017, Robert Swan, the first person in history to walk to both the North and South Poles, is making a return expedition to Antarctica with his son Barney, 23, one of a new generation of explorers. The

Biodegradable plastics offer innovative solutions to improve recycling quality by facilitating the means for more efficient separate waste collection. This has been confirmed by a recent study jointly released by Corepla, the Italian Consortium for Collecting, Recycling, and Recovering Plastic

In 2016, four years ahead of schedule, L’Oréal met its two targets with regard to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, by decreasing the emissions of its plants and distribution centres by 67%, in absolute terms, from a 2005 baseline and by

Another European Airport goes green. Stuttgart Airport has started using Neste MY Renewable Diesel as a solution to reduce its CO2 emissions and as part of the climate program of Baden-Württemberg's state airport in Germany. By switching to premium-quality "drop-in"

The airport of Helsinki goes green. Finnair’s new COOL Nordic Cargo Hub at Helsinki Airport will utilize solar power produced by 1,200 panels installed on the building’s roof. The solar energy produced at the cargo facility will represent over 10%

Airbus becomes the first aircraft manufacturer to offer its customers the option of delivering new jets using a blend of sustainable jet fuel. The 15th A350-900 for Cathay Pacific departed Toulouse on June 1st, bound for Hong Kong, with a

Each country has its own kind of bread. And the types of bread vary significantly across Africa as well: packaged, white sandwich bread in South Africa, pao (buns) in Mozambique, baguettes in West Africa, flat bread in North Africa. The