Month: January 2022

Peer-Reviewed Lifecycle Analysis Shows Conventional Production of EV Battery Metals Will Generate Significant Waste Streams But Could Be Reduced By Using Deep-Sea Nodules

Solid waste by metal Peer-reviewed research commissioned by The Metals Company and published in the Yale Journal of Industrial Ecology finds that producing four key battery metals (nickel, copper, cobalt, manganese) from seafloor polymetallic nodules could reduce lifecycle solid waste by 59-93% compared to land ores. Researchers modelled solid waste streams over the

Continu, the World’s First Learning Amplification Platform™, Secures $13.5M in Funding

NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —, the world’s first Learning Amplification Platform™, announced the closing of a $13.5 million Series A investment led by Five Elms Capital, with participation from existing investors Reformation Partners and Geoffrey T. Barker, Chairman of Smartsheet. Continu plans to leverage the investment to expand

jooli Redefines the Online Shopping Experience

The German video shopping expert is coming to India JAIPUR, India, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — jooli, currently Europe’s fastest-growing and most intuitive video shopping app, is now hitting the Indian market. jooli in India has been launched by the European founders together with Prashant Sharma and Ritesh Badia.

Between park and garden in Jakarta

Last January, 10 media outlets covered Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan’s visit to South Jakarta’s newly developed Tebet Eco Park to be opened to the public soon and among the capital city’s almost 300 restructured parks. On his Instagram account @aniesbaswedan, the governor stated that the revitalization of Tebet Garden (Taman

Football coach optimistic of players’ naturalization being bolstered

Indonesian national football team “Garuda” coach Shin Tae-yong expressed optimism that the naturalization process of four players of Indonesian descent would be accelerated, so they can support the Garuda squad in 2022. “I am optimistic that the naturalization would be expedited. I would be very grateful to the Indonesian government