Gelatin makes fuel cell more efficient, soon tearless onions in market


Gelatin to make more efficient fuel cells

New research shows that a catalyst made from gelatin, the same protein used to make jelly desserts, helps fuel cells be more efficient.

Gelatin to make more efficient fuel cells

New research shows that a catalyst made from gelatin, the same protein used to make jelly desserts, helps fuel cells be more efficient. This may offer a cheap alternative to the expensive metal-based fuel cells. In a fuel cell, energy released from a chemical reaction (most commonly hydrogen and oxygen combining to form water) is converted into electricity. Read More

 

 

 

Tearless onions

scientists create tearless onions which is heart-friendly and manage to gain weight.

Tearless onions…?

Onions, a key ingredient in recipes around the globe, come in a tearless version that scientists are now reporting could pack health benefits like, garlic, which is renowned for protecting against heart disease. The report was published in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The laboratory analysis suggests a heart-friendly role for the tearless onions, as well as a possible role in managing weight gain. Read More

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