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Partnering with Britain’s businesses for a smarter energy future
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We take a look at how the Georgia Institute of Technology and ExxonMobil have developed a plastic manufacturing process that could reduce energy costs and carbon dioxide emissions. #Innovation #Manufacturing

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Taking inspiration from the natural world, scientists are developing new solar panels that use the power of the sun to convert carbon dioxide into a burnable hydrocarbon fuel source. #photosynthesis #innovation


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We take a look at how, late last year, Aerion announced that 20 of the AS2 supersonic jets they are developing had been ordered by private aircraft provider Flexjet. #Supersonic #Innovation

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Let's see how flexible working and new technology could have a significant impact on how many people commute to work. #Innovation #Tech

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We take a look at how Japan Airlines partnered with technology giant Microsoft to revolutionise employee training using the Microsoft HoloLens. #Innovation #VirtualReality

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We take a look at how solar technology now has a host of applications beyond domestic energy supply and even represents the future of Grand Prix racing. #SolarPower #Innovation

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We take a look at how automated food machines are going far beyond dispensing cans of cola, hot drinks and packets of crisps. #Innovation #FoodAutomation

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We look at how wind turbines offer an alternative way of generating power. The first practical demonstrations happened by the end of the 19th century. #WindPower #Energy

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Finnish manufacturer KONE has developed the UltraRope: a super-light, super-strong carbon fibre cable system, coated in a special friction-proof material, that can carry lifts higher than they’ve ever been before. #Innovation


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In the years following the Second World War, the Manhattan Project in the US demonstrated the raw energy that could be created by nuclear fission or ‘splitting the atom’. #energythroughtheages #innovation

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