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Indestructible

You must be all familiar with those pictures where cute little, or not so little animals are entangled in plastic. There is a reason why the media likes to feature these images. It ought to generate an emotional response in the audience. And it usually does! For a...

What COVID-19 taught us

The world as we know it, dramatically changed. Within a short period of time, our daily routine was turned upside down, leaving people insecure and anxious about the future. Countries locked down, economies came to a halt, citizens been left without an income....

Cradle to grave – The life cycle perspective

Everything that you own, buy, keep or throw away has got environmental impacts. It is hard to look at products in such a conscious way, but once you get your head around it, it will change the way you manage waste. Have you ever wondered what happened with a single...

Fusion and fission

As climate change becomes more and more of a reality, humanity must turn to alternative resources. There is a great deal of controversy surrounding nuclear power, especially after the Chernobyl series been released. It is crucial to understand, however, that not all...

Team oUFO – Inspiration to all of us

I had the luck to be invited to the Women in Engineering conference in Birmingham this weekend. It was a brilliant experience for many reasons, but certainly outstanding in terms of speakers. I am a science student, and mostly interested in climate and environmental...

Actions speak

Plastic pollution has emerged as an important aspect of today's environmental issues. It is now a crucial element of the threats our oceans and marine biodiversity facing. I am sure you have heard of the young whale recently washed up in the Philippines, with a...

The Keeling Curve

It is 1957. The Scripps Institution of Oceanography convinced Charles David Keeling to set up a base in Hawaii. The Mauna Loa Observatory presents unbiased data about the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere since 1958. Why is this so important? Because the...

Experiment. Fail. Learn. Repeat.

Ever since I was a kid I knew I am just not good at this. All those numbers, equations, chemical formulas, and weird looking people inventing stuff. Well, this is what it meant for me, back then. Let’s be honest, it was a whole load of waffle, without any syrup....

Indestructible

You must be all familiar with those pictures where cute little, or not so little animals are entangled in plastic. There is a reason why the media likes to feature these images. It ought to generate an emotional response in the audience. And it usually does! For a...

What COVID-19 taught us

The world as we know it, dramatically changed. Within a short period of time, our daily routine was turned upside down, leaving people insecure and anxious about the future. Countries locked down, economies came to a halt, citizens been left without an income....

Cradle to grave – The life cycle perspective

Everything that you own, buy, keep or throw away has got environmental impacts. It is hard to look at products in such a conscious way, but once you get your head around it, it will change the way you manage waste. Have you ever wondered what happened with a single...

Fusion and fission

As climate change becomes more and more of a reality, humanity must turn to alternative resources. There is a great deal of controversy surrounding nuclear power, especially after the Chernobyl series been released. It is crucial to understand, however, that not all...

Team oUFO – Inspiration to all of us

I had the luck to be invited to the Women in Engineering conference in Birmingham this weekend. It was a brilliant experience for many reasons, but certainly outstanding in terms of speakers. I am a science student, and mostly interested in climate and environmental...

Actions speak

Plastic pollution has emerged as an important aspect of today's environmental issues. It is now a crucial element of the threats our oceans and marine biodiversity facing. I am sure you have heard of the young whale recently washed up in the Philippines, with a...

The Keeling Curve

It is 1957. The Scripps Institution of Oceanography convinced Charles David Keeling to set up a base in Hawaii. The Mauna Loa Observatory presents unbiased data about the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere since 1958. Why is this so important? Because the...

Experiment. Fail. Learn. Repeat.

Ever since I was a kid I knew I am just not good at this. All those numbers, equations, chemical formulas, and weird looking people inventing stuff. Well, this is what it meant for me, back then. Let’s be honest, it was a whole load of waffle, without any syrup....

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