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Power management systems that harvest ambient energy will power billions of small devices on the Internet of Things.
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A dozen coastal wind turbines at dusk
In less than 30 years Europe must transform society and industry from an energy supply largely based on hydrocarbons, which contribute to climate change, towards a clean energy system based on renewables and low-emissions energy generation.

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Europe’s valuable wine and beer industries are working to retain their competitive edge with an expanded range of aromas and blockchain-based fraud prevention.
Spirulina, a blue-green microalgae, is an excellent source of micronutrients and protein. Image Credit: Anaïs CROUZET via Pixabay
Global food supply faces a range of threats including climate change, wars, pests and diseases. An organism too small for the human eye to see – microalgae – could offer some answers.

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Beneficial microbes might spread through a population in the same way as infectious diseases. 

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Much of the food and drink we consume these days contains artificial sweeteners. Now, a new study has linked sweeteners consumption to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. The Naked Scientists speak with two experts on the topic to learn more.
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