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Aiming for Carbon Neutral by 2050; Building the Rocket Ship for the New "Moon Shot"

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Decarbonization is a hot topic and can be considered the new “moon shot” of the 21st century. In a recently contributed article to Power Engineering magazine, power industry professionals Leslie Ponder and Kevin Cornish explore the future of decarbonization, and what it will take to get us to a future of net-zero carbon emissions or carbon-free energy goals in a rapidly decentralizing marketplace.

UCSF Uses HP BioPrinter To Optimize Combinations of Cancer Medications

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PALO ALTO, Calif., March 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Watch Dr. David Donner, UC San Francisco’s Director of Surgical Oncology Research Lab, Explain the Benefits of Innovative New Microfluidics Technology in Cancer Research.

About Microfluidics at HP

Tetra Tech’s Jamie Brescol Wins Company’s 2019 Technical Achievement Award for Integrated Planning and Optimization Software

Providing cost savings and better deliverables for the wet weather and asset management markets
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Tetra Tech believes in the loyalty, effort, and excellence of its employees and initiated its annual Excellence and Achievement Awards program to recognize individuals and teams for achievements that demonstrate best-in-class performance and service to the community.

WEC & Bank of Africa – BMCE Group Sign an Agreement to Promote Environmental Governance in Private and Public Sectors of Morocco

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March 5, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The World Environment Center (WEC) and Bank of Africa signed early this year an agreement that will enable public and private sectors in Morocco to improve their environmental performance through green technologies, practices and services, addressing air pollution, water, and waste management challenges in the country.

New Holland Agriculture Plant in Zedelgem, Belgium, ‘Supporting’ Its Workers in More Ways Than One

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New Holland Agriculture a global agricultural brand of CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI/ MI: CNH), hosted Hilde Crevits, the Belgian Minister of Agriculture and Work, at its New Holland Agriculture plant in Zedelgem, Northwest of Belgium. The Zedelgem facility focuses on developing and building combine harvesters, balers and forage harvesters for global export.

How Exascale Computing Will Impact Our Lives, Our World

Researchers and engineers will be able to solve problems that previously were out of reach.
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It's hard to imagine how a billion billion (i.e. a quintillion) calculations per second and beyond will affect the way we live and work, but such performance will bring new capabilities for a new set of workloads in research institutions and the enterprise. Translated, exascale computing is expected to solve problems previously out of reach with advances in new energy solutions, healthcare, weather prediction, materials science, and so much more.

How Technology Is Protecting Endangered Species

Sharon Gaudin
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Artificial intelligence, the cloud, and smart cameras are being used to catch poachers and track wildlife populations.

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Artificial intelligence, the cloud, and smart cameras are being used to catch poachers and track wildlife populations.

The Future of Print Is Seamless, Secure, and Better for the Planet

By David Needle
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At a recent analyst event, HP’s top leaders laid out their vision for print with consumer-focused business models for mobility, security, and sustainability.

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At a recent analyst event, HP’s top leaders laid out their vision for print with consumer-focused business models for mobility, security, and sustainability.

UPS Longitudes | Podcast: Quality, Style and Respect for All Women

Kathleen Marran @ UPS | Alexandra Waldman @ Universal Standard
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Kathleen Marran, UPS Vice President of Marketing, Diverse Segments: women business owners face difficulties in raising money and handling that first big order — how exactly do you master the logistics needed to keep pace with rising customer demand?

Marran says it’s not just about shipping. Upstart entrepreneurs must navigate the challenges of streamlining payments, finding suppliers and going international, issues that make or break any small business.

The New Energy World:­ Perspectives from Global Leaders

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"Our Green Chemistry initiative is as much about driving efficiency in our factories (staring with technology development to design future processes) as it is about sustainability. I would say that’s driven by both a financial aspect and an environmental aspect to get the most out of raw materials and make deals not waste" - Frederick Hellman, Compliance Associate Director, Astra Zeneca

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