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it’s actually hydrogen that’s burning, as his machine generates enough heat to break down the chemical bond between hydrogen and oxygen that makes up Fire.

Water fuel research is still in development

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  • Safe new storage method could be key to future of hydrogen-powered vehicles October 20, 2016
    Hydrogen is often described as the fuel of the future, particularly when applied to hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles. One of the main obstacles facing this technology -- a potential solution to future sustainable transport -- has been the lack of a lightweight, safe on-board hydrogen storage material. A major new discovery has shown that hydrocarbon wax r […]
  • 'Super yeast' has the power to improve economics of biofuels October 17, 2016
    Scientists have found a way to nearly double the efficiency with which a commonly used industrial yeast strain converts plant sugars to biofuel. The newly engineered "super yeast" could boost the economics of making ethanol, specialty biofuels and bioproducts.
  • Hydrogen-powered passenger ferry in San Francisco Bay is possible, says study October 11, 2016
    Researchers set out to answer one not-so-simple question: Is it feasible to build and operate a high-speed passenger ferry solely powered by hydrogen fuel cells? The answer is yes.
  • Shale gas, not EPA rules, has pushed decline in coal-generated electricity, study confirms October 7, 2016
    Cheap shale gas produced by fracking has driven the decline in coal production in the United States during the last decade, researchers have found.
  • Better view of synthetic fuel production September 23, 2016
    Synthetic fuel is cleaner than natural oil, but its production process needs to be more efficient. Now for the first time, physicists have directly observed the molecules produced in the chemical process. This paves the way for designing more efficient catalysts.
  • Popeye was right: There‚Äôs energy in that spinach September 22, 2016
    Using a simple membrane extract from spinach leaves, researchers have developed a cell that produces electricity and hydrogen from water using sunlight. Based on photosynthesis, and technology paves the way for clean fuels from renewable sources.
  • Not all bioplastics are created equal September 21, 2016
    Conventional plastics are seen as environmentally unfriendly because they're made from fossil fuels. As plastic production grows -- it's expected to double over the next 20 years -- plant-derived polyethylene terephthalate (BioPET) has been touted as a more environmentally friendly alternative to PET, a plastic primarily used in beverage bottles. B […]
  • Inexpensive semiconducting organic polymers can harvest sunlight to split carbon dioxide into alcohol fuels September 20, 2016
    Chemists have been the first to demonstrate that an organic semiconductor polymer called polyaniline is a promising photocathode material for the conversion of carbon dioxide into alcohol fuels without the need for a co-catalyst.
  • More efficient way to split water, produce hydrogen September 19, 2016
    Hydrogen is often considered a fuel for the future, in the form of fuel cells to power electric motors or burned in internal combustion engines. But finding a practical, inexpensive and nontoxic way to produce large amounts of hydrogen gas -- especially by splitting water into its component parts, hydrogen and oxygen -- has been a challenge.
  • When hackers turn out the lights September 16, 2016
    The development of the smart power grid and the smart meter in our homes to accompany it brings several benefits, such as improved delivery and more efficient billing. Conversely, any digital, connected technology also represents a security risk. Researchers now explain how a malicious third party that hacked into the metering system could manipulate en mass […]