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Two step spray coating makes fabrics, wood, metals and plastic waterproof
Eerie images have captured a deserted village once dubbed the “real life Atlantis” after it spent over 25 years under water.
Four years after the disaster, Andrew Buncombe visits the inaccessible Irrawaddy Delta, where people have yet to fully recover from Nargis' impact
Shells of tiny sea snails are being eroded as more carbon dioxide is dissolved into seawater
No one came to Libyan migrants' aid during 15 days in busy shipping channel
Frédéric Panaïotis has been the cellar master at Champagne Ruinart since 2007. He creates the blends, from the non vintages to the prestige cuvées, as well as travelling the globe meeting customers. Prior to this he spent more than 12 years with Champagne Veuve Clicquot.
Marcus Wareing is the chef/patron of Marcus Wareing At The Berkeley. Having trained alongside Albert Roux, he went on to work as Gordon Ramsay's sous chef and then as his partner in L'Oranger in 1996. He opened the Gilbert Scott restaurant at the St Pancras Hotel in 2011.
Everybody's doing tests of endurance these days. Am I being left behind?
How we manage the rest of this precious resource will dictate the planet's future.
Scientists fear huge volumes of meltwater from diminishing ice caps may divert the Gulf Stream
Officials consider entombing plant as workers battle radiation
Contaminated samples increase tensions and lead to import bans
Surging radiation levels forced Japan to order emergency workers to temporarily withdraw from its crippled nuclear plant today, losing time in a desperate operation to cool the overheating reactors — the most urgent crisis from last week's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
Japan's nuclear safety agency says an explosion has been heard at Unit 2 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant.
Japan was battling to head off a further catastrophe last night, after a nuclear power station damaged by the earthquake was rocked by a huge explosion.
An explosion at a nuclear power plant on Japan's devastated coast destroyed a building Saturday and made leaking radiation, or even outright meltdown, the central threat menacing a nation just beginning to grasp the scale of a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.