Probiotics for constipation in adults and children

Probiotics are bacteria that are beneficial for health present in curd, yogurt and other cultured foods which have ability to ease digestive worries. There are many number of probiotic supplements available in... Read more »

Methods for Buying a Quality Coaxial Directional Coupler

A coaxial directional coupler is a crucial device that is used every day in many different industries. People who need to buy one of these devices will find a large amount of... Read more »

California Has Solid Data On Methane Leaks, Now They Need To Be Fixed

Until recently Californians were in the dark when it came to the state’s natural gas distribution system and its pollution. But all that is changing now; for the first time ever, consistent... Read more »

Biggest US coal organisation funded dozens of corporations thinking weather change

Peabody energy, america’s biggest coalmining employer, has funded at the least dozen corporations that cast doubt on manmade climate change and oppose surroundings rules, analysis by way of the mum or dad... Read more »

Dong Energy IPO to value windfarm operator at £11bn

Danish-based Dong Energy, a major investor in British offshore windfarms, is heading for the world’s biggest stock market flotation so far this year with a price tag for the entire business of... Read more »

Viridor energy from waste incinerator at Splott to get £110m finance from European Investment Bank

The controversial energy from waste incinerator at Splott is to get £110m in support from the European Investment Bank (EIB), it has been confirmed. During a site visit to the facility, owned... Read more »

DOE Announces $80 Million In Funding To Increase SuperTruck Efficiency

Building on the notable successes of the SuperTruck initiative, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Reuben Sarkar today announced SuperTruck II, an $80 million funding opportunity, subject to congressional appropriations, for research, development... Read more »

Shark culling could indirectly accelerate climate change, study warns

Shark experts will gather in Sydney on Tuesday to discuss new safety measures, as new research warns the culling of sharks could indirectly accelerate climate change. The New South Wales premier, Mike... Read more »

Nuclear industry to push for Australia to adopt ‘clean, affordable power’

The nuclear industry will lobby for nuclear energy in Australia, saying the prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, should embrace the technology as a way to slash greenhouse gas emissions. The Australian Nuclear Association... Read more »

El Niño takes toll on US rice farmers – and points to even higher prices

Blame El Niño. The weather phenomenon is causing havoc for US rice farmers and a sharp price spike in the world’s most important staple food may foreshadow possibly higher prices in Asia... Read more »