A new process for producing fuel cells could help bring the cost of hydrogen cars down significantly within 10 years, researchers claim.
Nuclear power plants can produce hydrogen to fuel the 'hydrogen economy', say scientists from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna.
Engineers have built a robotic jellyfish, fueled by hydrogen, which they say could be used in underwater rescue missions.
A team from the University of Central Florida reckons it's found a way to make hydrogen fuel cells much cheaper to build - and more efficient.
University of California, San Diego electrical engineers are building a forest of tiny nanowire trees in order to capture solar energy and harvest it for hydrogen fuel generation.
New images from the European Space Agency’s Planck mission have revealed previously undiscovered islands of star formation, along with a mysterious haze of microwave emissions in our Milky Way galaxy.
Hydrogen - the ever-illusive solution to our energy problems.
Hydrogen fuel cells can provide power to off-grid areas, power vehicles and even generate baseload power for the electric grid.
They are also silent and emissions-free.
Apple appears to be looking at the possibility of powering notebooks using hydrogen fuel cells - potentially giving them a battery life of weeks.
The moon may be a harsh mistress, but Russian scientists say they want to establish a colony below the lunar surface.
A couple of grains of salt could be all that's needed to help bacteria produce hydrogen from wastewater or organic byproducts.
Five percent of the electricity consumed in the United States is used to power our water infrastructure.
A team of Kentucky scientists has found a way to 'tweak' an inexpensive semiconductor to generate hydrogen from water using sunlight.
Southern California drivers who are on the transportation cutting edge - tooling around in hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles - will soon have a new option for filling up.
NASA might not be looking ahead to launching anything new into space these days, but some innovative hydrogen fuel cell technology lit up operations on the ground at the 135th and final mission for the Space Shuttle Program.
Scientists at MIT, Tel Aviv University and the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory say they've found a way to use algae to make four times as much fuel as before.
Splitting water to create renewable energy could be simpler than previously thought, says an international team led by Australia's Monash University.
Signa Chemistry has developed hydrogen cartridges which supply energy to fuel cells that recharge cell phones, laptops and GPS units.
Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have successfully demonstrated a biohybrid photoconversion system that can convert visible light into hydrogen fuel.
A British start-up says it's found a cheap, practical way of storing hydrogen, making it a viable alternative to gasoline in cars.