Scientific breakthrough lost? Unique metallic hydrogen sample disappears

Scientists reportedly say that the world’s only sample of metallic hydrogen, which was touted as potentially revolutionizing technology, has disappeared.

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First zero-emission hydrogen train to begin operations in Germany

The world’s first hydrogen powered, emission-free train is set to go into service in Germany in 2017 — a ground-breaking innovation that could signal the phasing out of heavily polluting, diesel-powered trains.

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EasyJet unveils plan for hybrid planes

easyJet announced plans to trial the use of hydrogen fuel cells on their planes,a concept that could save 50,000 tons of fuel yearly.


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Apple shows continued interest in fuel cell-powered devices with weeklong battery life

Apple has showed continued interest in using hydrogen fuel cell technology to power its portable devices, echoing a functional iPhone 6 powered by hydrogen that was showcased just last week.

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New app will tell you whether your breath stinks

Sticking a sensor into your mouth to calculate your hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen disulfide, and methyl mercaptan levels may sound at first like something you’d see in a sci-fi movie or in NASA astronaut training, but it’s actually designed for a more practical, everyday purpose: to measure how bad your breath is.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/01/08/new-app-will-tell-whether-your-breath-stinks/

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