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Oerlikon debuts maglev turbo molecular pump with flexible installation

Oerlikon debuts maglev turbo molecular pump with flexible installation

The new, magnetically levitated turbo molecular pumps TURBOVAC MAGiNTEGRA of Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum can do without the space usually needed for a separate frequency converter and provide a compact, flexible design, excellent vacuum performance and a standardized program of accessories.
Algae Nutrient Recycling is a Triple Win

Algae Nutrient Recycling is a Triple Win

Nitrogen and phosphate nutrients are among the biggest costs in cultivating algae for biofuels. Sandia molecular biologists Todd Lane and Ryan Davis have shown they can recycle about two-thirds of those critical nutrients, and aim to raise the recycling rate to close to 100 percent. Recycling nitrogen and phosphate has benefits that go far beyond cost. While nitrogen can be produced through a costly artificial nitrogen fixation process using natural gas and atmospheric nitrogen, phosphate is a limited natural resource that can be toxic at high concentration.
Powering Past ‘NIMBY’ – Renewable Energy Siting: Forewarned is Forearmed

Powering Past ‘NIMBY’ – Renewable Energy Siting: Forewarned is Forearmed

On day three, before moving to third-voice integration and consensus-first strategy, a brief review emphasizes the importance of: 1) knowing who to talk to and where they are coming from, and 2) engaging them early to gain a sense of where they stand, what their particular interest is as it relates to your proposal, and to start building a rapport […]
Oh CCS, Where Art Thou?

Oh CCS, Where Art Thou?

To anyone tracking the progress of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the U.K. over the past several years, last week's shelving of the Longannet Project in Scotland comes as little shock. This tortured process to contribute £1 billion of the government's money to a workable proposal has been playing out since 2007. Multiple bidders have fallen away until just ScottishPower and its consortium were left standing. The reasons for its demise are many, but surely the facts that large-scale carbon capture and storage is unproven and outrageously expensive must be near the top.