Drones could lead the way in de-carbonised air travel, PhD study finds
Drones could be at the forefront of the de-carbonisation of air travel, a doctor completing a PhD study has found.
At Imperial College in London, a young team built what it believes to be the future of air travel.
A BBC report detailed how H2Go Power is seeking a patent to store the explosive gas cheaply and safely.
While studying for her PhD in Cambridge, Dr Enass Abo-Hamed came up with a revolutionary structure which could store hydrogen as a stable solid without compression.
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