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Around 270,000 tonnes of high-level waste, mostly spent fuel, are in temporary storage around the world. Another 10,000 tonnes of waste are added each year, according to the World Nuclear Association, an industry body. Should it be buried in undersea ...
Oh, that's near enough
A prototype sloppy chip, developed with funding from Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, and America's Department of Defence, is now ready for production.
Analytical Trend Troubles Scientists
In the following period, 2001-2011, the number of studies more than tripled to 263,557, based on a search of Thomson Reuters Web of Science, an index of 11,600 peer-reviewed journals world-wide. The analysis likely doesn't capture every observational ...
Shell, Asian energy giants to build largest LNG plant in BC
“We are dealing here with a world-scale, multinational business that is active all over the world. The fact that they are ... Mitsubishi vice-president Junichi Iseda said the Japanese company looks forward to “creating economic growth and new ...
In European Crisis, Iceland Emerges as an Island of Recovery
The fishing companies have higher expenses—for fuel, equipment and financing—in foreign currency, offsetting some of the higher revenues.
Flat US Wages Help Fuel Rebound in Manufacturing
Without such concessions from workers, company executives say, they would be less likely to expand employment in the U.S. at all.
The risks of global worming
FOR decades, the overuse of antibiotics has encouraged the evolution of drug-resistant bacteria which, though they have never broken out and caused an epidemic in the way that was once feared, have nevertheless been responsible for many deaths that ...
The blue dollar
Since last year, importers have faced curbs (on May 25th, the European Union filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation against the import restrictions).
Canadian Tire profit, revenue rise more than 20%
The company said the results reflected strong growth in its financial services division, which includes its credit cards, the inclusion of Forzani and a lower tax rate.
To Facebook You're Worth $80.95
With all the hype about the imminent IPO indicating the public will value Facebook at $85 to $95 billion, it's interesting to consider how much Facebook in turn values the public.
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook IPO will make him one of the world's ...  Financial Post
Facebook Gets First Buy Rating After Setting Price Range  Bloomberg