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Microbial Power Storage Shows It Can Do the Job

Microorganisms turn surplus power into natural gas within seconds  Linz, Austria – New results have proven that certain microorganisms are capable of producing natural gas under industrial conditions. The method, based on microorganisms known as Archaea, converts climate-damaging CO2 and hydrogen into storable methane (natural gas). A recently completed pilot study has impressively demonstrated how…

Living Healthier with Media Technology

St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences founds Center for Applied Research in Media Assisted Health Care St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences (UAS) is founding a center for applied research on media-assisted health care called CARMA (Center for Applied Research in Media Assisted Health Care for Motion and Activity), which will be completed by 2016.…