From the depths of the seas to snow on the mountains and even the air above cities, microplastics are turning up increasingly often. Now, in ACS’ Environmental Science & Technology…Read More »
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Could 100 Bitcoin BSC Make You a Millionaire? Here’s Why BTCBSC Crypto Might Be The Next Coin to Explode
If you had bought $100 of Bitcoin in 2011, it would have been worth $3m when BTC was trading at $30,000 earlier this year â could Bitcoin BSCÂ (https://www.bitcoinbsc.io/) repeat that feat?
[Bitcoin BSC raises $2m – selling out fast] Crypto investors certainly think so, which explains why the âBitcoin on BNB Smart Chainâ staking crypto asset has raised more than $2 millionÂ (https://x.com/Bitcoinbsctoken/status/1702595013689946233?s=20) in less than two weeks as its presale races toward the finish line of $3.96 million. Currently priced at just $0.99 in presale â roughly the price
[image] Using English as the language of instruction in higher education has a marked negative impact on learning outcomes when it is not the studentsâ first language, according to a new study from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. When 2,000 Swedish students were divided up into English-language and Swedish-language versions of an introductory course in programming, those students who were taught in English obtained much worse results, and more dropped out of the course prematurely. English is increasingly used as a global language ofRead More »
Ovako announces a major investment in a cutting-edge vacuum tank degassing facility at its Hofors mill. This 17-million Euro commitment is a testament to Ovako’s dedication to advance our metallurgy,Â and displays the significant commitment our owners, Sanyo Special Steel and Nippon Steel CorporationÂ have to continue to further develop our metallurgies and reduce CO2 emissions at the same time.
The investment comprises two key components. First, a state-of-the-art degassing facility, aligning with our already modern installations in Smedjebacken and Imatra. Secondly, mechanical vacuum pumps,
[image] (SINGAPORE) At Gastech 2023, ABS signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to review an innovative new design from HD Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for a dual-fuel, very large ammonia carrier (VLAC) for Eastern Pacific Shipping Pte. Ltd. (EPS). ABS joins project partners EPS, HHI and HHI Engine & Machinery Division, MAN Energy Solutions and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. Fueled by ammonia and liquified natural gas (LNG), the 88K/93K cbm vessel design is expected to meet the demand for greenhouse gas reduction, in compliance with the latest InternationalRead More »
Record Summer For Maritime Travel: Local Tourism Popular On Both Sides Of Baltic Sea, South Koreans Discover Nordic Region
Between June and August, nearly 1.8 million passengers sailed on Viking Lineâs vessels, and many departures during the summer holiday season were sold out well in advance. Several reasons for the strong demand were local tourism, which was popular in both Finland and Sweden, and the recovery in international tourism in the Nordic region â as well as the company’s vessels, which many people wanted to experience.
During the summer season that just ended, Viking Line served 1,786,499 passengers from June to August.
Â “Estonia, Sweden and Ã land all drew Finnish visitors this summer. Local