Researchers from the United States and Denmark have found an inexpensive alternative to platinum, the pricey catalyst traditionally used in hydrogen fuel production. The researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University and the Technical University of Denmark developed a molybdenum sulfide catalyst that shows a potentially viable solution for making cheap hydrogen fuel from sunlight and water.
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While you could be led to believe that the new Nokia N900 is the latest in the company’s line of smartphones, it’s much more accurate to say that this is the follow-up to the Nokia N800 and N810 Internet Tablets that never really got popular around these parts. With the N900 Tablet, Nokia might be […]
Our cell phones are getting smaller and smaller just as our webcams are getting tinier by the second. As a result, companies are feverishly working to shrink the necessary components. PixelPlus has jumped into the next frontier with their latest: a “System-on-a-Chip” (SoC) CMOS sensor that measures a mere 1/8.7-inch. Capable of recording video at […]