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The EU Research & Innovation Magazine. If you have a story for Horizon, please email us at: editorial@horizon-magazine.eu
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Horizon Magazine 5h
Planes using hydrogen would emit only water, and initial tests suggest they can be just as fast as traditional planes ➡️
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Horizon Magazine 7h
Commercial hydrogen planes could hit the skies by 2035, but what will it take for that to happen? ➡️
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Horizon Magazine 8h
Most of Europe’s hydrogen is produced from fossil fuels – a situation that needs to reverse to achieve the environmental benefits of hydrogen planes ➡️
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Horizon Magazine 9h
Using hydrogen as aviation fuel could slash emissions from planes, as long as the hydrogen is produced using renewable energy ➡️
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Horizon Magazine 9h
Hydrogen-powered aeroplanes could slash aviation emissions, but technical problems remain
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Horizon Magazine Jul 7
The technologies, such as photovoltaic windows which generate electricity, turning city building surfaces into sources of clean energy ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 7
Building façades and pavements in Dutch and Italian cities are being turned into energy-harvesting surfaces to power, heat and cool spaces ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 7
Converting building façades into sunlight harvesting surfaces could help Europe meet its 2050 energy neutral goals ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 7
How scientists are turning city building surfaces into energy-harvesting tools
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Horizon Magazine Jul 6
Decision-makers can help capitalise on the improved air quality of cities during lockdowns with initiatives like free public transport days, according to social epidemiologist Basile Chaix ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 6
Why the decrease in air pollution during lockdowns is unlikely to lead to a sharp change in our way of life ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 6
What should cities do to capitalise on the decrease in air pollution recorded during lockdowns? ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 6
Why the shift away from cars to greener modes of transport is ‘extremely complex to achieve’
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Horizon Magazine Jul 3
Alpacas and llamas produce a special type of antibody that could be used to produce a human treatment for coronavirus ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 3
Catch up with this week’s stories: New clues to life on Mars ➡️ Europe’s self-sailing ships➡️ The roots of teen anxiety➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 2
‘We know that environmental conditions on early Mars were habitable’ – Dr Schulze-Makuch . How studying Earth’s most extreme places like the Atacama desert and the life living there could tell us if there was once life on the red planet ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 2
Scientists have found that some signs of ancient life could remain in wet clays under Mars’ surface ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 2
Mars may be a barren wasteland, but in the planet’s early days, the environmental conditions were habitable. Now, scientists are trying to work out if anything actually lived there ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 2
When searching for life on Mars, we should look beyond liquid water ➡️
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Horizon Magazine Jul 2
Was there ever life on Mars? The answer is almost in reach
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