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PainChek gets Japanese patent.
PainChek® Ltd is an Australian based company that develops pain assessment technologies and says the Japanese patent is another step in its global expansion program.
CEO Phillip Daffas said “Recent estimates suggest that at least one in four Japanese residents is aged 65 years or older. Japan has a big population – around 126 million and ratio is set to grow significantly".
Calix’s Direct Separation technology, part of Project LEILAC in Europe.
The European Parliament's declaration of a climate and environmental emergency in Europe and globally is significant for Australian company Calix Limited [ASX:CLX]
This morning, Calix CEO Phil Hodgson explained the implications of the EU Parliement call to reduce CO2 emissions to 55% by 2030. About 8% of the total CO2 emissions come from cement production. The Australian company's test site in Europe has shown that Calix technology captures all CO2 at the time of production rather than release it into the atmosphere as current practice.
How many Tier 1 mining companies can K2fly pick up by 2021?
With changes to SEC reporting regulations looming for mining companies listed on NYSE, K2fly, which claims to offer the only off-the-shelf solution, is hoping for numerous big wins in the next six months or so.
Brainchip CEO says discussions around a commmercial deal using their intellectual property are ongoing.
Find out what that might mean for the computing at the edge, system on a chipmaker in my latest interview.
So no one would want to fly on an airship as its too slow.
But what about if we look at it a different way - say cargo?
Almost 25% of global airline travel is cargo-only planes so that would be a big drop in global emissions.
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