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Chancellor George Osborne was in the East Midlands this morning to unveil his vision for creating a ‘Midlands Engine’ for growth in the UK.

2015-06-02


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A £250,000 grant has been given to the project which will see a testing module built

2015-06-04


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The wider scientific community is set to benefit from offshore wind developer Forewind’s years of surveys and research, as the organization donates all the core samples collected on Dogger Bank to a national science facility Monday, June 8, 2015.

2015-06-08


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IT began life in 1894 – and more than 120 years on, Maison St Louis in St Saviour is still recording almost all aspects of Jersey’s weather.

2015-06-10


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Landmark Solutions, a division of Landmark Information Group Ltd, has been selected as one of four companies that will maintain Ordnance Survey's flagship MasterMap digital mapping database, over the next four years.

2015-06-11


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How can we provide safe water for poor people living in African cities? Dan Lapworth, Jim Wright and Steve Pedley are working to find out.

2015-06-12


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Poland’s dreams of diversifying its energy supplies with domestic shale gas suffered another serious blow this week as ConocoPhillips announced its decision to halt exploration following a series of poor results.

2015-06-12


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Russel Griggs has become one of Scotland's biggest landowners, to his astonishment.

2015-06-13


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A 23-year-old woman has died after a rock fell on her head on a beach in south Wales. Emergency services were called to the beach in Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, just before 17:30 BST on Thursday.

2015-06-19


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DAVID CAMERON has long looked admiringly at America’s booming shale-gas industry

2015-06-20


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Geothermal energy could heat homes and businesses around Scotland with a green energy centre in Fife at the forefront of research.

2015-06-22


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Pushing the boundaries of Big Earth Data processing, the EARTHSERVER project allows researchers access and analyse multi-dimensional data from a wide range of sources.

2015-06-24


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Volcanoes erupted and guests found out which dinosaur they walked like as Keyworth's British Geological Survey opened its doors for an annual open day. Read more: http://www.nottinghampost.com/Walking-like-dinosaurs-British-Geological-Survey/story-26788775-detail/story.html#ixzz3ejow7Qav Follow us: @Nottingham_Post on Twitter | NottinghamPostOnline on Facebook

2015-06-27


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Cranfield University researchers received NERC funding through the ‘Big Data Capital Call’ for GeoVisionary software plus a Virtalis ActiveMove portable Virtual Reality (VR) system

2015-06-29


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New Discoveries Improve Climate Models

2015-06-29


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Digital information technology has taken the world

2015-06-29