Blasting bushfires with explosives
http://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/mechanical-engineering/ UNSW researchers are a step closer to proving whether explosives — rather than water — can be used to extinguish an out-of-control bushfire. Dr Graham Doig, of the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, is conducting the research, which extends a long-standing technique used to put out oil well fires. The process is not dissimilar to blowing out a candle: it relies on a blast of air to knock a flame off its fuel source
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Legacy Day has quickly become a beloved fall tradition here at Clemson University, and this year we're stretching the celebrations to span the entire month of November. Honor our rich history, see the beautiful Fort Hill mansion, learn the importance of giving back and pay thanks to those who have given. Most importantly, consider what your legacy at Clemson will be.
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How Bath research is improving TB vaccines
The world is facing a major challenge in producing and supplying enough safe and nutritious food for a growing global population. Vaccination plays a major role in combating this crisis by improving animal health and thereby food security. This podcast from Dr Jean van Den Elsen looks at how our research is improving vaccination against Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB). We're developing a unique adjuvant protein with the potential to provide easier delivery, increased safety and more accessible
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Speaker(s): Dr Sotirios Zartaloudis | Editor's note: We apologise for the poor quality of this audio podcast. Sotirios Zartaloudis will present and discuss his new book "The Impact of European Employment Strategy in Greece and Portugal". By focusing on three key areas of employment policy – public employment services, gender equality policies and flexicurity – in Greece and Portugal, this study provides a model to explore how European Employment Strategy can influence member states' employme
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BusinessCast 267 with Professor Ken Eades on The UVa. Investing Conference
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Tools that keep us active while we work could give companies much needed productivity gains and reduce the costs of keeping employees healthy.
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