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We believe a sustainable future starts at home.

Commonwealth Sciences is committed to recycling and the environment. We separate and recycle approximately 80% of our waste including paper and plastic products, glass, returnable cans and bottles, etc. We purchase office products that are made of recycled materials and post consumer waste. Our facility has been updated with high efficiency building products and low consumption electrical and plumbing fixtures.

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Acusonic sensors to pinpoint incoming threats to Ajax combat vehicles
The British Army’s new Ajax armoured combat vehicles are to be equipped with sensors designed to detect the direction of incoming enemy fire. Thales has signed a 3.7m deal with General Dynamics Land Systems-UK to install its Acusonic sensor system on the army’s new fleet of armoured vehicles, which are due to come into service […] The post appeared first on .

3D printed amorphous metal alloys show material promise
Researchers created amorphous metal – or metallic glass – alloys using 3D printing, an advance that could lead to better wear-resistant materials, higher strength materials, and lighter weight structures. “Metallic glasses lack the crystalline structures of most metals – the amorphous structure results in exceptionally desirable properties,” said Zaynab Mahbooba, first author of a paper […] The post appeared first on .

Department of Energy to Train 75,000 Solar Workers
The solar industry is adding jobs 10 times faster than the rest of the economy, creating a source of good paying American employment.

First Hybrid-Flywheel Energy Storage Plant in Europe announced in Midlands
Europe's first grid connected Hybrid flywheel system service facility was today (Thursday Match 26th) officially announced by Ged Nash, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.