Red kites: Wind farms ‘unlikely’ to halt species recovery

28 March 2024

Here’s a look at this week’s news across dentistry, healthcare, and renewable energy. For all the latest headlines sent straight to your inbox, join our mailing list by emailing us today!



New powers for dental and pharmacy staff – but they say it won’t make a big difference

Tooth decay bacteria found in 4,000-year-old molars

Access to NHS dentists improving, says report

Rise of the cancer-causing bugs: Researchers say dental PLAQUE could be behind mystery rise of aggressive colon tumors – as separate study links strep throat to stomach cancers

First students on new University of Suffolk dental course begin studies

Oral Health Essentials: A Guide For Expecting Mothers And Children

Birmingham University to develop lollipop for mouth cancer detection

Changes to BDA fees guide for members

GDC: Update on transparency, trust and improving the Fitness to Practise process

Top dentist sheds light on MAFS groom Jack Dunkley’s famously bright ‘Hollywood’ smile

Kylie Jenner and Molly-Mae Hague dissolve their cosmetic filler does this mean the trend is outdated?

Scotland ‘worst in Europe’ for risky cosmetic fillers

Renewable energy

USDA Awards Grants for Renewable Energy and Efficiency Projects

UK records ‘highest ever share of electricity generation by renewables’

An Oil Company Executive Said the Energy Transition Has Failed. What’s Really Happening?

Can Bitcoin mining really support renewable energy?

Unveiling the Rainbow: Understanding the Spectrum of Hydrogen for a Sustainable Future

Europe’s leading solar marketplace Otovo launches UK solar subscription with first sale

UK wind generation hits record levels

Plan to spend €1bn on onshore wind farms capable of supplying electricity to 500,000 homes

Red kites: Wind farms ‘unlikely’ to halt species recovery


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