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Part 1 of our transcript of a recent webinar for The Institution of Environmental Sciences
Three new ways to use 3D printing to rebuild coral reefs
Our newest recruit discusses the power of wind and waves, the challenges they face and his work here at CCell.
How we and other compaines work towards a fairer more sustainable world using the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
A deep dive into the advanced composites design and manufacturing techniques that allow us to produce low cost and lightweight CCell-Wave paddles anywhere in the world.
Researchers at the Florida Atlantic University have created a palm-sized robotic jellyfish that can float along ocean currents and monitor key variables like erosion and oxygen levels.
The intricately timed spawning events of several coral species may be getting more erratic, serving as an early warning system for their possible decline.
A recent report by the Global Commission on Adaptation calls for revolutions in understanding, planning and finance to accelerate adaptation for crucial systems within our world to help combat the climate crisis.