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Doosan to develop ammonia cracking tech for hydrogen power generation

Doosan Enerbility and Britain's Johnson Matthey will work together for ammonia cracking business.

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Doosan to develop ammonia cracking tech for hydrogen power generation

Doosan Enerbility and Britain's Johnson Matthey will work together for ammonia cracking business.

New method makes manufacture of stretchy semiconductors easier and cheaper

The new method can scale and simplify the manufacture of stretchy semiconductors.

Ultra-sensitive optical sensor that can reduce the risks of hydrogen

An optical sensor that can detect record low levels of hydrogen.

Volcopter’s VoloDrone completes deconfliction flights in Germany

It has completed a two-week test flight campaign for its multirotor heavy-lift cargo carrier.

Renault and Airbus to jointly develop future battery solutions

Partnership to mature technologies associated with next-generation battery systems.

Northrop and U.S. Air Force to unveil B-21 Raider stealth aircraft very soon

The B-21 is the most advanced military aircraft ever built.

Novel bulk metal alloy boasts the largest tensile elastic strain at room temperature

New alloy showed a large elastic limiting strain greater than 4.3%.

Magnetic material rapidly removes hazardous microplastics from water

A cost-effective way to rapidly remove hazardous microplastics from water using magnets.

Rolls-Royce, easyJet complete world’s first run of an aero engine on hydrogen

It marks a major step towards proving that hydrogen could be a zero-carbon aviation fuel of the future.

NASA’s Orion capsule breaks record for farthest human-rated spacecraft

The spacecraft also captured imagery of Earth and the Moon together throughout the day.

DFC helps HDF Energy develop green hydrogen power plants in Indonesia

Renewstable plants produce entirely non-intermittent, renewable, and dispatchable electricity 24/7.

Ultra-thin solid-state LiDAR sensor that sees 360-degree

A fixed LiDAR sensor that can recognize all directions simultaneously.