Distance Learning – As the world moves online, some of our new 2020 online courses are here

Travel restrictions have not stopped IAEA training activities this year. On the contrary, more people than ever before have attended web and e-learning courses, now offered only online. The IAEA provides resources to professionals, students, and the general public on the peaceful use of nuclear science and technology. For years, the IAAA has been providing … Read more

NOC Wind Technician Program, to establish a scholarship

To meet the growing labor needs of the growing industry in the state, North Oklahoma College is partnering with Oklahoma, the second largest wind operator, to establish a new wind turbine technician program. Anneel Green Power established scholarships to enable students to work in wind power. Thirteen students are currently enrolled in the Oklahoma State … Read more

Burn a lot of calories and save a lot of time during exercise – it is possible

as if Michael Ormsbe, Ph.D., Florida State University Edited by Kate Findley and Angela Shoemaker, Great Courses Everyday Research on HIIT allows individuals to exercise for a short period of time, but still lose more fat, gain more muscle, and improve body composition significantly more than a traditional aerobic program. Photo by Shutterstock Exercise and … Read more

Energy expert Rory Christian joins the Faculty of Sustainable Management

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Energy expert Rory Christian joins the Faculty of Sustainable Management Sustainable Management Program |December 22, 2020 Rory Christian is a new faculty member in the Master of Science in Sustainable Management program. In the spring of 2021, Rory Christian, a new faculty member in Science Masters in the Sustainability Management (SUMA) program, will begin teaching … Read more

As countries look at low-carbon energy sources, the IAEA will help shape future energy needs

The Energy Demand Analysis (MID) model is one of the IAEA’s power modeling tools and is designed to help policy makers assess future energy needs based on medium and long-term conditions. (Photo M Welch / IAA) The MAED approach does not easily estimate the total energy demand, but provides a detailed assessment of the composition. … Read more

Berkeley scholar Jennifer Granhol also serves as Biden’s energy writer

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Jennifer Granhol is a political and clean energy policy instructor who teaches Berkeley courses on clean energy, policy innovation and communication. (Photo courtesy of Bercley Goldman School of Public Policy) President-elect Joe Biden Presented Jennifer Granholm, a two-time Michigan governor and UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy (GPSP) teacher, heads the U.S. Department of … Read more

How many calories do you burn each day? Energy costs

as if Michael Ormsbe, Ph.D., Florida State University Edited by Kate Findley and Angela Shoemaker, Great Courses Everyday How many calories do you burn each day? Professor Ormsbe explains the more accurate calorie science than looking at your activity on a calorie chart. We use regular fitness equipment to monitor activity levels and calories burned … Read more

Burkina Faso-Annera Recruitment Professionals for Green Energy Training Courses | Africa 21

BURKINA FASO: ANEREE recruits’ experts for green energy training courses©lalanta71/Shutterstock

New training courses in renewable energy are being developed in Burkina Faso. On December 4Th, 2020, National Agency for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ANEREE) Call for applications For specialists in the pure energy sector until December 9thTh, To apply for 2020. The experts selected by ANEREE will build capacity in a variety of areas, … Read more