In March, California-based Universal Hydrogen announced a successful maiden flight of the world’s largest airplane powered by a fuel cell burning hydrogen. In late September, the company began a series of test and demonstration flights to show that hydrogen can be a viable aviation fuel for regional cargo and passenger transport.
Category: TRENDS IN HI-TECH SCIENCE – Oct 17 2023
After looking at chickens’ genome to see what makes them susceptible to avian flu, researchers at the University of Edinburgh have used the CRISPR gene editing technique to create chickens better able to resist the infection.
Small groups of scientists around the world are pioneering a new field called "hybrid peptide-DNA nanostructures." The purpose: to create nano-scale life forms that can patrol your body to fight invading viruses and bacteria, diagnose illness, and deliver medicines.