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NUS chemical scientists have been successful in developing a carbon-conjugated covalent organic framework. This framework will allow the production of hydrogen gas from water. Visible light drives the catalytic process. Hydrogen gas is increasingly becoming a key storage medium for the applications of sustainable energy. Scientists are now showing great interest in producing hydrogen gas from decomposed water using sunlight. However, this conversion of hydrogen gas from water is not

Heart Failure

Currently, there is no drug available for treating heart attacks or preventing heart failure. However, that may change with the latest discovery by the researchers at the University of Guelph. The pioneering research led by Prof. Tami Martino claim that they have found a potential drug to prevent heart failure. Prof. Martino, who works at the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Guelph, believes that this new drug

Viewing Angle

According to Salk scientists, tilting the frozen protein sample under an electron microscope provides a better viewing angle. This provides effective approach for better information deduction during the research. Which further helps understand the structure of proteins and host diseases such as HIV and cancer. The new study in September 13th, issue of the Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology. It provides quantitative proof that the angle of sight can

Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen gas production is a significant advancement of science for various reasons. Currently, hydrogen electrolysis makes way for only about 5% of the hydrogen in use. Furthermore, this hydrogen production remains confined to high-end applications producing oxygen for international space stations. This is largely due to the high-costs. Conversely, possibilities of hydrogen energy can be a significant leap in renewable energy. Additionally, hydrogen is widespread in commercial applications as well.

Meteron Project

This year there have been a rising number of experiments of controlling robots from a large distance. One prominent example is of the ambitious plans of ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano guiding a robot from Holland and the German engineers directing and controlling a rover in Canada. Scientists are now creating new environment and avenues for the development of more robust human-robot partnerships. ESA’s exploration strategy mainly focuses on precisely developing