Pumped-hydro storage project takes shape in New Zealand – pv magazine International

Lake Onslow, New Zealand, could become home to one of the world’s largest pumped-hydro storage facilities. A local consortium is now conducting a feasibility study and is investigating possible system designs and precise locations. June 14, 2022 Emiliano Bellini Rōpū Matatau, a consortium led by engineering consultancy Mott MacDonald New Zealand, plans to build a … Read more

Beaverton students awarded at international science competition

Three Beaverton students won awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, including a Westview junior who took home one of the top honors. BEAVERTON, Ore. – Three Beaverton teens received big honors at the world’s largest international science competition for high school students. More than 1,700 teenagers from around the world made it … Read more

Aga delivers keynote at International Student Science Fair – UB Now: News and views for UB faculty and staff

Diana Aga, director of the UB RENEW Institute, delivered the keynote speech at the International Student Science Fair (ISSF) on May 30. The event was held in Western New York, with the Lewiston-Porter Central School District hosting activities at Niagara University. The theme at this year’s fair was global sustainability and environmental stewardship, something that … Read more

Berkeley Co. trio enjoys experience at International Science and Engineering Fair | Journal-news

Berkeley County took Atlanta by storm recently as a trio of Berkeley County Schools students performed well at the International Science and Engineering Fair. Hedgesville High’s Abby Snider and Spring Mills’ Sydney Bostic each brought home special awards for their work. Snider earned a monetary award from the Central Intelligence Agency, while Bostic earned hers … Read more

International Framework Aims to Protect and Manage Lands Recently Exposed by Glacier Retreat

International Framework Aims to Protect and Manage Lands Recently Exposed by Glacier Retreat Global temperatures riseglaciers from the Andes, the European Alpsthe Himalayas and other mountain ranges are melting at alarming rates. While local communities are coming up with innovative solutions to adapt to these transforming ecosystems, international initiatives to support or upscale these efforts … Read more

St. Joseph CHS student excels at international science fair

Friday, Jun. 03, 2022 By Laura Vallejo Intermountain Catholic OGDEN – Mercedes Randhahn, a junior at Saint Joseph Catholic High School, took second place in the Translational Medical Science category at the International Science and Engineering Fair, held May 13 in Atlanta, Ga. Randhahn attended the international science fair after taking home the first place … Read more

Science academies publish statements on primary concerns for international action ahead of the G7 summit

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The science academies of the G7 states are calling for urgent international action to protect the ocean and polar regions and to accelerate decarbonization. In the healthcare sector, scientists demand increased global pandemic preparedness and the implementation of a One Health approach, which considers the health of humans, animals, plants and … Read more

International Conference on Human Milk Science & Innovation to Discuss Latest Research on Bioactivity and Neurodevelopment

Taking place June 10-11 at the Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere in Vienna, Austria, ICHMSI is the premier forum for thought leaders and medical experts in human milk science. Conference co-chairs, Professor Angelika Berger of the Medical University of Vienna and Professor Michael Zemlin of Saarland University Medical Center, will provide opening and closing remarks. “Since … Read more

Aurora’s forgotten scandal that played a role in an international crisis

What does a failed multi-million project in the City of Aurora have to do with the Iran hostage crisis? Despite the thousands of miles of separation, there’s a key connection between the two events that some might find a bit of science fiction, but rest assured there’s nothing fictitious about what actually happened in Aurora … Read more

International Studies Major Prepares to Make a Global Impact

One thing Jack Watson knows for certain is that he is going to build a career in the international arena. The international studies major at the College of Charleston is fascinated by different cultures, languages ​​and foreign policy. So, the International Scholars Program, a joint initiative of the School of Languages, Cultures and World Affairs, … Read more