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Gareth Evans

Dr Gareth Evans spent nearly twenty years, developing and implementing commercial R&D, waste/water recycling and pollution control programmes, gaining experience in land and wetland management, project management and pilot plant design/commissioning. He was also responsible for feasibility studies for European 5th framework programme and involved as a consultant on a projects in the UK, Europe, Turkey and Tasmania. A member of the European Federation of Biotechnology, he was then approached to lead the Environmental Biotechnology teaching at the University of Durham. He now writes extensively on environmental, scientific and technical subjects in a variety of international magazines and online media.

All articles by Gareth Evans

  1. Engines engaged – powering the A320neo and Boeing’s 737 MAX

    Efficiency and performance are key, as fuel-burn reductions of around 15% become standard requirements – with a further 10% widely…
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    22 Feb
  2. Life after Atlantis

    When Nasa’s Atlantis orbiter touched down at the Kennedy Space Centre slightly before sunrise local time on 21 July, it…
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    15 Nov
  3. Super Satellite

    Satellite technology provides us with many advantages, chief among which are climate and environmental concerns, and locational services. Here, we…
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    25 May
  4. Single European Sky

    Few projects epitomise the comprehensive political vision of EU integration quite so vividly as the Single European Sky (SES) initiative,…
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    19 Apr
  5. An Easier Fix for Fuel Leaks

    With all forms of aviation experiencing higher costs, ever keener competition and greater demand for across-the-board efficiency, minimising time on…
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    21 Jul
  6. Nasa’s High-Tech Climate Monitoring

    Nasa and climate satellites share a common history. Even as the fledgling organisation was struggling with the early frustrations of…
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    5 Apr
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