Solar paint could be the future of clean energy. Researchers developed a new compound that can turn solar energy and water vapor into fuel.
Scientists have just turned hydrogen into metal, in what appears to be a stunning act of alchemy that would soon revolutionalize the field of technology and spaceflight.
Engineers from the University of California, Irvine have successfully implemented a new technique capable of converting and using the excess energy from solar panels or wind farms.
According to a new study, a little hydrogen and methane could have kept Mars warm enough to allow liquid water to flow on the planet.
Germany is all geared to launch the world's maiden zero-emission passenger train that will be powered by hydrogen.
The radio telescope project called Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA) has just received about $9.5 million of new funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
Scientists were able to mimic the transformation of hydrogen from gas to liquid metal that occurs in gas planets. With the study they were able to identify an intermediate state where 'dark hydrogen' forms.
Using the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have found the best evidence yet of a long-sought type of star - the earliest stars.
It has long been a mystery to astronomers as to how galaxies die and what kills them exactly. Now, a new study has found that most galaxies quite literally strangle to death.
Scientists have long wondered how our Blue Planet came to be covered by 70 percent water. Now a new study offers fresh evidence for how water reached Earth, finding that asteroids and comets are likely rich in water.
Scientists have spent years trying to perfect the art of making the most efficient fuel cells, but what a recent study shows is that graphene naturally has a few tiny holes in it, and this imperfect nature can actually lead to better fuel cells.
With a new design called the bionic leaf, scientists have successfully found a way to turn sunlight into liquid fuel, potentially changing the game of renewable energy, new research shows.
The starry Milky Way Galaxy, seemingly innocent, is secretly stealing from nearby dwarf galaxies, making them devoid of star-forming gas, according to new research.
It's no secret that the world's dependence on fossil fuels and other types of finite energy are increasingly devastating our planet and speeding up climate change. But new research may offer a glimmer of hope, as a new hydrogen breakthrough could usher in a generation of cheap, green energy.