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  • Electrically-efficient biofuels: the benefits and drawbacks

    Despite biofuels promising to be more environmentally-friendly, critics have condemned their efficiency, labelling the technology too immature to be relied upon. By bypassing photosynthesis and using electricity, electrofuels could provide...

  • The world’s biggest ships

    Whether massive megaton tankers or gigantic passenger liners, the world's biggest ships exude a certain magnetism. This month, ship-technology profiles the biggest of these record-breaking monsters, including the world's biggest...

  • Blue growth: keeping Europe’s shipyards afloat

    Europe's shipyards are facing rough seas due to the global recession and low-cost competition from Asia. With the industry and EU scrambling to find new growth markets for European shipbuilding,...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 5

    In this issue: The latest generation of propulsion systems, research to make conventional fuels more eco-friendly, autonomous information-gathering robots to patrol the seas, Russia’s nuclear icebreaker fleet, and more

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