More than 50 years ago hydrogen fuel cells helped put Neil Armstrong on the Moon, but mainstream usage of the technology has remained elusive since.
Hydrogen fuel bubbles up agenda as investments rocket
Organizers of a Facebook Inc. advertising boycott campaign that has drawn support from a rapidly expanding list of major companies are now preparing to take the battle global to increase pressure on the social media company to remove hate speech.
Facebook ad boycott campaign to go global, organizers say
An extra £14 billon is needed each year to help the UK meet its climate commitments, a new think tank report suggests.
Extra £14b a year needed  for climate, report says
A Russian mining giant said it had suspended workers at a metals plant who were responsible for pumping wastewater into nearby Arctic tundra.
Russian mining giant admits pumping wastewater into Arctic tundra
Self-restraint measures taken to curb the novel coronavirus are believed to have paused greenhouse gas emissions in the skies over Tokyo between January and April, according to a recent report by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
COVID-19 measures helped reduce greenhouse gas emissions over Tokyo, JAXA data show
A teaspoon of soil from the Amazon contains as many as 1,800 microscopic life forms, of which 400 are fungi.
How one teaspoon of Amazon soil teems with fungal life
While artificial intelligence (AI) systems continue to make huge strides forward, they're still not particularly good at dealing with chaos or unpredictability. Now researchers think they have found a way to fix this, by teaching AI about physics.
AI can't deal with chaos, but teaching it physics could help
With growing pressure to keep China's Huawei out of 5G network development, it could be time for firms like Japan's NEC and South Korea's Samsung to shine.
Huawei controversy opens field for 5G challengers
Penguins have been in the news for all the right reasons recently. Some time back, the birds from Kansas City Zoo in Missouri made headlines when they visited the nearby Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, wandering around, admiring the artworks during the lockdown.
Are penguins becoming a major cause of climate change?

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