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As the first week of COP21 came to a close, Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP, took advantage of Nissan’s zero emission shuttle service as he departed Paris.
Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull has unveiled the Federal Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda in Canberra today, an initiative he hopes will “usher in the ideas boom” in Australia.
UK-based aerospace cabin outfitter AIM Altitude announced last month that it would be acquired by a Chinese company.
A group of whistleblowers have spoken out this week against the US government’s program of drone strikes.
A new study has found that exposure of neonicotinoid pesticides affects the pollination services provided by bumblebees, resulting in the decrease in crop quality of apple trees.
The 2016 Annual Manufacturing Report (AMR), published by Hennik Research, demonstrates once again the resilience of British manufacturing, despite facing domestic and international challenges.
A US-based chemicals company has been fined hundreds of thousands of dollars for losing large amounts of meth precursors during distribution en-route to Mexico.
Bombardier CEO, Alain Bellemare, has asked Ottawa for money to help the struggling trains and planes manufacturer.
Electric car manufacturer, Tesla Motors is reportedly considering building a large battery factory in Germany.
General Electric (GE) has announced that it will invest $200m to build new plants and warehouses to support the development of its interests in the Indian rail market.