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Hydrogen powered prototype vessel for inland waterways

A high-tech propulsion system for the next 100 years

02-Sep-2011

Environmentally friendly fuels are not just of interest for use in cars. The University of Birmingham has been operating a canal boat with a fuel cell drive for three years now. In the world of shipbuilding, however, different rules apply than those in the automobile or aircraft manufacturing ...

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Using waste to recover waste uranium

08-Sep-2009

Using bacteria and inositol phosphate, a chemical analogue of a cheap waste material from plants, researchers at Birmingham University have recovered uranium from the polluted waters from uranium mines. The same technology can also be used to clean up nuclear waste. Professor Lynne Macaskie ...

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Organizing dumbbells for nanotech devices

Bridging the gap between nanoscience and nanotechnology

16-May-2006

A team of chemists from France, Italy, Spain, the UK, and the US are working together to bridge the gap between nanoscience and nanotechnology. They have now devised a method that could allow them to organize tiny molecular machines on a surface and so build devices that pack in thousands of ...

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Organic Hydrogen Storage

Microporous polymers made of fused hydrocarbon rings can adsorb hydrogen

28-Feb-2006

Fossil fuels are limited and polluting, hence the search for alternatives. One suitable and environmentally sound fuel would be hydrogen; unfortunately there are currently few technical possibilities for the construction of safe and efficient hydrogen storage tanks that are suitable for cars. One ...

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