Almost a third of the natural gas fueling UK homes and businesses could be replaced by hydrogen, a carbon free fuel, without requiring any changes to the nation's boilers and ovens, a pioneering study by Swansea University in the UK, researchers have shown.
30 percent of the UK's natural gas could be replaced by hydrogen
The Tokyo metropolitan government plans to introduce ‘solar roads’ that collect energy from the Sun via solar panels installed beneath the surface of the roads.
Tokyo to build eco-friendly 'solar roads' ahead of 2020 Olympics
Anyone needing a little excitement in their lives could do worse than suck a lemon, surprising new research at the University of Sussex in England suggested.
When life gives you lemons, you take more risks
As the 150th anniversary of the formulation of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements looms, a Michigan State University (MSU) professor probes the table's limits in a recent Nature Physics Perspective.
Is there an end to periodic table? MSU professor explores its limits
Chinese researchers have found melatonin, an important biological hormone in wheat, can prevent heavy metal toxicity and improve growth.
Researchers find melatonin alleviating metal toxicity in wheat
New observations from Juno prove Jupiter's lightning isn't as different from Earth's as scientists once thought, solving a 39-year mystery.
Juno probe helps scientists solve Jupiter's lightning mystery
The climate throughout Mars’ early history has long been debated — was the Red Planet warm and wet, or cold and icy? New research published in Icarus provides evidence for the latter.
Minerology on Mars points to a cold and icy ancient climate
Head of Probolinggo District Fisheries Department Dedy Isfandi revealed the region has been faced with the trend of having whales stranded or beached during the past several years.
Whales often stranded in Probolinggo explained
Even with a highly skilled neurosurgeon, the most effective anesthesia, and all the other advances of modern medicine, most of us would cringe at the thought of undergoing cranial surgery today.
Holes in the head
They say there is no gain without pain, but when the European Space Agency (ESA) set out in 2002 to develop its Aeolus satellite, no-one could have imagined the grief the project would bring.
Aeolus: Wind satellite weathers technical storm

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