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Jan 16, 2020
IIT-Madras researchers find new eco-friendly way of producing hydrogen using sea-waterThe new tech can use any water but since seawater is available in bulk, the researchers wanted to use it.
Sep 12, 2019
Water found on super-Earth planet, that orbits dwarf star, 110 light-years awayThere is hydrogen as well as Helium, Nitrogen and Methane may exist, but it can't be detected with any instrument.
Aug 20, 2019
Scientists find novel way to extract hydrogen from oil without releasing methaneThis tech could supply Canada with electricity for the next 330 years, without releasing any greenhouse gases.
Jun 07, 2019
Jet fuel and diesel can now be made from plastic bags, water bottles & daily wasteScientists believe that farmers can use this technique to make diesel, to fuel their tractors, on their farms.
May 29, 2019
In a first, chemists design the 'perfect' reactor to synthesis pure hydrogenThe new reactor reduces the number of steps & the amount of hydrogen lost in conventional reactions.
Feb 05, 2019
Universe is constantly changing and evolving based on life and death of stars: StudyMost known elements – from light ones like hydrogen to heavy ones like lawrencium – start in stars.
Nov 14, 2018
China’s artificial Sun reaches fusion temperatures thrice that of the real SunAt 100 million °C, the reactor attained the minimum temperature needed for sustained nuclear fusion.
Nov 09, 2018
Earth's water a result of asteroid impacts and leftover gas from Sun's birth: StudyThe theory about Earth's water fits neatly into existing ones about formation of the Sun & planets.
Aug 16, 2018
Previously unknown molecular property of water proposed by US scientistsThe study found that one of the arrangements led to significantly slower hops for OH than for H+ at four degrees Celsius.
Jul 24, 2018
NASA spacecraft shows how 'stolen' electrons enable rare aurora on MarsNASA’s MAVEN spacecraft just reported a new type of Martian aurora — a very rare phenomenon anyway.