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    Volunteers stage 'biggest microplastic beach survey ever'
    Posted on Thursday March 22, 2018

    Volunteers in the south of England trying to gauge the scale of the problem of plastic pollution in the oceans have carried out what they called the 'biggest microplastic beach survey in the world ever.' Stuart McDill reports.

    Wanna find Nemo? You may need SoFi the robotic fish
    Posted on Thursday March 22, 2018

    Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created a remote-controlled robot that swims through coral reefs and schools of fish, using a fisheye lens to capture high-resolution photos and video. Jim Drury reports.

    From plastic waste to fashion statement
    Posted on Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Nigerian entrepreneur collects plastic bags from waste sites to create clothes and backpacks in an effort to push recycling. Elly Park reports.

    Polar ice tests show greater human impact on emissions
    Posted on Wednesday March 14, 2018

    UK-based scientists have directly observed living bacteria in polar ice and snow, the first time this has been done. The research challenges previous established thinking that the Antarctic environment is sterile. Jim Drury has more.

    Recycled CO2 shoes with no carbon footprint
    Posted on Monday March 12, 2018

    A New York product development firm creates a "footprintless" shoe from recycled CO2 to showcase progressive, new ways to capture gaseous waste from power plants. Elly Park reports.

    Green algae could help improve crop production
    Posted on Monday March 12, 2018

    Green algae is the scourge of beaches and swimming pools. Yet so-called 'pond scum' could have a future positive role in improving crop yields. Jim Drury reports.

    Freezing 'wacky' weather could become more frequent event
    Posted on Friday March 02, 2018

    The 'wacky' weather freezing western Europe could become a more frequent event according to climate scientists studying the polar regions, as Stuart McDill reports.

    Whalecam reveals secrets of Antarctic minke
    Posted on Thursday February 22, 2018

    Secrets of the minke whale have been revealed, thanks to scientists from University of California Santa-Cruz. They fitted whales off the Antartarctic Peninsula with cameras funded by WWF-Australia.

    Hybrid bee at the heart of UAE sustainable honey plan
    Posted on Wednesday February 21, 2018

    Amid a world-wide crisis in the bee industry, two companies have formed a joint venture to produce honey sustainably in the UAE. Edward Baran has more.

    Technology to help deepen our relationship with wild animals
    Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

    The interactive app called 'Safari Central" allows users to interact with augmented reality versions (AR) of actual animals while educating them on their conservations issues. Elly Park reports.



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