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Australia backs hydrogen project to store renewable energy
The Australian government said on Monday it would provide half the funding for the country’s biggest trial to produce hydrogen using solar and wind energy, which could then be used as a back-up for gas supplies.
Germany rolls out world's first hydrogen train
Germany on Monday rolled out the world's first hydrogen-powered train, signaling the start of a push to challenge the might of polluting diesel trains with costlier but more eco-friendly technology.
A hydrogen sensor that works at room temperature
Researchers at TU Delft have developed a highly sensitive and versatile hydrogen sensor that works at room temperature. The sensor is made of a thin layer of a material called tungsten trioxide.
30 percent of the UK's natural gas could be replaced by hydrogen
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.
North Korea: Take hydrogen bomb test threat ‘literally’
A high-ranking North Korean official has warned that Pyongyang’s threats of testing a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean should be taken "literally."
Hydrogen power moves a step closer
Physicists at Lancaster University are developing methods of creating renewable fuel from water using quantum technology.
Researchers develop new material for hydrogen storage
A team of scientists in Russia developed a new material with promising hydrogen-storage abilities.
Hydrogen bonds directly detected
For the first time, scientists have succeeded in studying the strength of hydrogen bonds in a single molecule using an atomic force microscope.
Hydrogen atoms discovered in Earth's upper atmosphere
A team of University of Illinois researchers has discovered the existence of hot atomic hydrogen (H) atoms in an upper layer of Earth's atmosphere known as the thermosphere.
N Korea hydrogen bomb test destabilizing: UN chief
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has joined the chorus of international condemnation of North Korea’s announcement of performing a hydrogen bomb test, describing the alleged test as a threat to regional stability.
MOFs prove efficient in optimizing hydrogen for fuel cells
Iranian researchers from University of Mazandaran studied the application of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) to improve and facilitate the production of hydrogen as the fuel for fuel cells.
Pentagon report: US ‘helped Israel develop hydrogen bomb’
The United States has assisted Israel in developing a hydrogen bomb, a move which violated international laws, a declassified report by the US Department of Defense has revealed.
Hydrogen sulfide could help lower blood pressure
A gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive odour could one day form the basis of new cardiovascular therapies. Research has indicated that a new compound, called AP39, which generates minute quantities of the gas hydrogen sulfide inside cells, could be beneficial in cases of high blood pressure and diseases of the blood vessels that occur with ageing and diabetes.

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