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The Rise Of Hydrogen: Opportunities And Challenges For A Key Clean Energy Source    Submitted as: Pratik
Nowadays, a lot of businesses and governments are making significant investments in hydrogen. An ambitious $430 billion plan to expand hydrogen infrastructure was unveiled by the European Union(read entire article)
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Hydrogen Supply Chain Optimization: Strategies For Minimizing Costs And Emissions    Submitted as: Pratik
According to Dr. Jane Smith, Director of the Hydrogen Research Institute, "building out the supply chain is really about building out the hydrogen economy." "We need coordination across every step to achieve economies of scale."(read entire article)
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The Long Road Ahead: Challenges Facing The Hydrogen Economy    Submitted as: Pratik
Since hydrogen is the lightest element, storing it can be challenging. A significant amount of energy is needed to compress or liquefy hydrogen. Large-scale long-term storage of it still presents a logistical challenge.(read entire article)
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The Gray Area: The Role And Regulation Of Gray Hydrogen In The Clean Energy Transition    Submitted as: Pratik
Steam methane reforming is a process that produces gray hydrogen by reacting natural gas methane with steam to produce carbon dioxide and hydrogen. Gray hydrogen has a carbon footprint because the CO2 is not captured but instead released into the atmosphere. However, supporters point out that gray hydrogen still emits less CO2 than burning coal or natural gas directly, even in the absence of carbon capture.(read entire article)
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The Rising Price Tag Of Hydrogen: Assessing The Economics Of Clean H2 Production    Submitted as: Pratik
Using electricity to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen is known as water electrolysis, and it is a cleaner method of producing hydrogen. Low-carbon hydrogen can be produced by electrolyzer systems that are fueled by renewable energy sources like solar and wind. However, electrolysis costs $3–7 per kg more because of the high cost of electricity.(read entire article)
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Hydrogen Rising: New Advances Bring Carbon-free Fuel Closer To Reality    Submitted as: Pratik
Now, if slowly, that infrastructure is beginning to appear. Less than 50 public hydrogen filling stations can be found in the US at the moment, most of them are in California, where laws favor zero-emission cars. Over the next ten years, energy companies such as Shell and BP have announced plans to rapidly expand the number of hydrogen stations in the nation.(read entire article)
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The Promise Of Hydrogen: How Refineries Can Use H2 To Reduce Emissions And Boost Production    Submitted as: Pratik
Nowadays, the majority of refineries use hydrogen produced from natural gas to filter sulfur and other impurities out of crude oil. But doing so results in carbon emissions. Using "green" hydrogen, which is created by electrolyzing renewable energy, is an alternative. Most of the emissions from the refining process would be eliminated if renewable hydrogen was used.(read entire article)
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Harnessing The Power Of Generative Ai In The Pharmaceutical Industry    Submitted as: Pratik
Generative AI is one application that looks for new drug targets by analyzing large datasets and scientific literature. Connections that would take much longer for human researchers to make can be quickly synthesized by the AI. Compared to conventional R&D techniques, this enables pharmaceutical companies to investigate a far greater number of possible drug candidates.(read entire article)
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Revolutionizing Healthcare: The Impact Of Generative Ai On Medical Diagnosis    Submitted as: Pratik
A 2021 study found an AI system outperformed human experts at identifying cancerous skin lesions from images. The AI was over 95% accurate whereas the human doctors achieved 86-88% accuracy on average. This demonstrates AIs can potentially surpass human ability for visual pattern recognition.(read entire article)
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Revolutionizing Medicine: The Rise Of Generative Ai In Drug Discovery    Submitted as: Pratik
However, it appears that generative AI will revolutionize the field of drug discovery. It can process an enormous number of molecular possibilities beyond human comprehension. With further advancements in AI, a computer's creativity may produce the next life-saving drug.(read entire article)
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