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Molecular Energy Machine as a movie star

Tobias Weinert, biochemist at PSI, with the experimental setup for the crystallography "excitation query" at the SLS: An injector creates a 50 micron (like a hair) thin stream of a toothpaste-like mass with the protein crystals grown in it. A small laser diode, similar to a conventional laser pointer, is passed over mirrors and lenses and focused at the point …

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Puerto Rico switches to solar energy after Hurricane Maria: NPR

Francisco Valentin, a shopkeeper in Mameyes, helped after Hurricane Maria to convert parts of his city to solar energy. Greg Allen / NPR Hide Caption Switch caption Greg Allen / NPR Francisco Valentin, a shopkeeper in Mameyes, helped after Hurricane Maria to convert parts of his city to solar energy. Greg Allen / NPR Mameyes is a small community with …

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Stocks rise after reaching record highs, and energy prices rise

US. Stocks rallied after the S & P 500 closed at a record high on Thursday. Government bond yields stabilized and energy prices rose in geopolitical anxiety. The S & P 500 (^ GSPC) rose 0.24% or 6.98 points from 11.10 CET, reaching a new all-time high of 2,964.14 points during the day. Jump over the all-time high on Thursday. …

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Federal law would allow clean energy companies to structure themselves like oil companies

Enlarge / Wind turbines near Palm Springs, California. Last week, US Senators and Representatives introduced Senate and House Bill to a corporate structure originally reserved for oil, gas and coal companies to clean energy companies. This structure, known as the Master Limited Partnership (MLP), allows fossil-fueled companies to use lower taxes on limited partnerships while allowing them to issue publicly …

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After the fires in June, the energy company says that hydrogen is the fuel of the future

Enlarge / A hydrogen refueling station. Peter Gercke / Image Alliance about Getty Images. California and in Norway. Despite these setbacks, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released a report on Friday stating that fuel is an important potential component of a low-carbon future. The first fire in Santa Clara occurred on Saturday, June 1, at a hydrogen reforming facility owned …

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Women's World Cup, Hong Kong Protests, Tropical Cyclone Vayu, Renewable Energy, Campaign 2020: 5 Things to Know for June 12

. 1 Hong Kong protests Lawmakers in Hong Kong put off now for a debate on a controversial bill that would let fugitives be extradited to China. Hong Kong to a standstill. Police responded by firing bullets and tear gas at the protesters. Hong Kong susceptible to being grabbed and sent to mainland China for political reasons. They say say …

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