Most of the Earth's hydrogen might be trapped in the core, says Takuo Okuchi at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. The finding may help explain the puzzle of low density of the Earth's core.

Hydrogen could soon be produced using light sensitive bacteria

Researchers at Northeastern Uni

Hydrogen makes a comeback as a fuel to propel a new type of airplane

The Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) held a series of meetings at the UN Environment Programme headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, from March 14-19, 1997.

Two German projects see hydrogen produced by solar power as the energy source of the future

German engineers are transporting shiploads of hydrogen from Canada to Europe, where it will be harnessed as an alternate source of fuel and energy

Crash H - bomb The French government's move to carry out nuclear tests in spite of protests from many countries and environmentalists lends a great amount of curiosity to Richard Rhode's book,

American scientists have made a significant improvement in producing energy from nuclear fusion.

With petrol stocks being fast depleted, scientists are developing a technology that will run vehicles on hydrogen