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Aston University to develop new applications of optical frequency technology to benefit telecommunications and the food industry

£1.6m awarded to Aston University to develop new optical frequency technology. Project will target applications of new technology such as food industry, agri-tech and telecommunications

14-Jan-2022

Aston University is heading up a European collaboration that will explore new optical frequency comb (OFC) technology and its applications in various areas including telecommunications and thefoodindustry. An OFC is a particular kind of light which acts as an ultra-precise optical ruler which ...

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Time series study first to suggest that increased consumption of ultra-processed foods has environmental implications

15-Nov-2021

A new study of 30-year changes in the Brazilian diet finds that increased consumption of ultra-processed foods is linked to worsened impacts on the environment, and echoes dietary changes in the UK. A new study finds that over the last 30 years, Brazil has undergone a nutrition transition toward ...

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Meat-heavy diets restricted hunter-gatherer population sizes

14-Sep-2021

Hunter-gatherer populations with a strong seasonal dependence on meat in their diets had fewer people per square kilometer than those that had abundant plant foods throughout the year. This new result is clear from a study carried out by researchers from the Institute of Environmental Science and ...

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WSTA calls on Government to end harmful Bourbon tariffs

08-Jul-2021

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has submitted a response to the Government’s consultation on damaging US tariffs, calling for the swift removal of tariffs on US whiskies and warning that adding duties to wine could be detrimental to UK jobs across the industry. Since June 2018, Bourbon and ...

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Beef industry can cut emissions with land management, production efficienc

Ranchers in United States, Brazil and other regions can help create a more climate-friendly beef system

07-Apr-2021

A comprehensive assessment of 12 different strategies for reducing beef production emissions worldwide found that industry can reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by as much as 50% in certain regions, with the most potential in the United States and Brazil. The study, "Reducing Climate Impacts ...

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From a start-up to a global player

From a start-up to a global player

22-Sep-2020

On 14 September, Hamburg’s First Mayor Peter Tschentscher presented Volkmar Wywiol with the Hamburg Founders Award in recognition of his life’s work. This award, highly coveted in North Germany’s business community, is conferred for exceptional entrepreneurial achievements. It was issued for the ...

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Olam joins forces with roasters to protect Brazil’s coffee farmers during COVID-19

Over 5,000 Brazilians have received hygiene supplies to keep them safe during the busy coffee harvest season

16-Sep-2020

When COVID-19 reached Brazil ahead of the coffee harvest season, the first thoughts of smallholder Ivone Corsi da Silva were of how she could keep supporting her family, including her pregnant daughter and several other children with pre-existing health problems, without putting them at ...

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New Coca-Cola digital ads celebrate everyday heroes

Share massages of hope

05-May-2020

Coca-Cola today released a pair of online films celebrating the power of the human spirit to persevere through the coronavirus pandemic. The spots, which the brand will share via social and digital channels in markets where the coronavirus outbreak is slowing and society is approaching a return ...

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Cargill to invest $225 million at facility in Sidney, Ohio

Expanded soybean crush site will benefit local farmers and global consumers

18-Oct-2019

Cargill is expanding its integrated soybean crush and refined oils facility in Sidney, Ohio, to better serve area farmers and to meet growing demand for protein and refined oils. The company will invest approximately $225 million at the Sidney site, increasing crush capacity and modernizing ...

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