by Alwyn Saju
Figure 1: Patiently waiting for food aid in Bamako, Mali, photo: Derek Markwell/DFID.
Long wait for food, shortage of fresh food and water scarcity. These are some of the common problems faced by the displaced people living in refugee camps. Same is the case in relief camps set in places hit by natural calamities like flood, earthquake, drought etc. The previous article was about “Controlled Environment Agriculture”. In this article, you will read about an interesting project called “MEPA” which intends to solve food challenges on earth, especially in refugee camps using CEA technologies.
by Christoph Kulmann and Greta Sondej
Fig. 1: With a bit of luck, you can see northern lights (Aurora borealis) in the night sky during the training week. Copyright © WikiImages 2012 / Pixabay
Long anticipated and eagerly awaited, our student training week starts in snowy Lapland near Sweden’s northernmost city: Kiruna (from the North Sami “giron”, meaning “snow grouse”).
Bremen Airport is already getting us in the mood for the weather that awaits us in Lapland…
What is it about the 2D wonder material that makes physicists and science fiction fans dream of the future?
We will find out what the hype is based on and how we can produce this material of superlatives at home.