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Christopher Eccleston says he’s always preferred working with female directors thanks to the “safer environment” they create to work in. Speaking on the Women in Film and TV Awards red carpet, the 58-year-old actor said that while there has been improvement in gender equality within the industry over the years, there’s still “a long way
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Strippers in Edinburgh have told Sky News the council’s decision to ban sexual entertainment venues (SEVs) will financially devastate them, as the clubs and the union launch a judicial review to challenge the shutdown of the city’s clubs. Three Edinburgh clubs (Baby Dolls, The Western and Burke and Hare) and the United Sex Workers (USW)
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Chicago-headquartered NanoGraf Technologies, which claims it has enabled the world’s most energy dense 18650 lithium-ion cell, today announced that it will open the first large-volume silicon oxide factory in the United States. At peak production, NanoGraf will produce 35 tons per year. NanoGraf’s new US high-performance silicon anode materials factory, which is under construction, is in Chicago’s
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Gogoro, the battery-swapping giant known for its iconic green and black batteries, has just announced that it is expanding to yet another country. The Philippines will be the next destination on Gogoro’s growing world map of battery-swapping destinations. The company spent years developing and refining its battery-swapping technology, now used by both Gogoro’s vehicles and
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