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Can come up with a better vision for the future than simply aiming to go cold turkey on plastics, and rejecting the benefits that these materials provide?

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The weekend is almost upon us once again! In this edition of Circulate on Fridays, we’re catching up on the word from the circular economy after Thursday’s Financial Times event, ‘glimpsing’ the future of AI and much more!

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A 1920’s house in Cambridge, Massachusetts is currently being refitted in a way which could transform the building industry. The headquarters of the Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities has been equipped with a number of contemporary technologies, as part of an attempt to prove that ordinary houses can be

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Si de nombreux secteurs sont parvenus à optimiser leurs moyens de production, ce n’est pas encore le cas des hôpitaux. Les équipements médicaux, comme les scanners ou les IRM, restent inutilisés en moyenne 58% du temps. Si leurs coûts d’acquisition et d’installation sont souvent très élevés, leur durée d’exploitation est

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At the Asaka Water Purification Plant in Saitama prefecture, which borders on Tokyo, a test is being conducted to verify whether hydrogen, a by-product from manufacturing chlorine, can be used to power an electric car. In the process of separating salt water in order to create the chlorine (sodium hypochlorite),

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International Correspondents

Incassable, léger, isolant, étanche, souple ou dur, résistant aux déchirures ou à la corrosion, les performances du plastique sont telles que son champ d’utilisation s’est étendu à tous les secteurs industriels. Remplaçant le métal dans de nombreuses applications, le plastique, moins lourd et moins onéreux, a rencontré un succès commercial

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