ydrogen gas generated from various organic transformations indicated the successful performance of the new catalyst. “After completion of the reaction, the catalyst can be recovered to reuse for further reactions, simply by using a magnet,” Garima Jaiswal, a member of the research team, told India Science Wire.
It would be a dull month if a new rechargeable battery project didn’t make headlines amid all the excitement surrounding electric cars. This month’s indisputable winner is the lithium-ion battery that replaces cobalt with iron, and-rather surprisingly-works, at least according to the people who came up with the idea.
Fisker has launched its Emotion electric luxury saloon at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – and there’s a vegan option. The long-awaited Tesla rival, with eye-catching looks and dramatic ‘butterfly’ doors, has a non-animal interior available for those who don’t want the premium leather interior of the show car.
CEO Brian Krzanich calling it a major breakthrough in quantum computing and the next step to quantum supremacy (when quantum computers are faster than classical computers). Intel has a neuromorphic computing chip.
“It was really, really scary,” Gruss says. “You don’t expect your private conversations to come out of a program with no permissions at all to access that data.” You thought you computer software to protect your computer could do the job?