Researchers at UNIST have developed a groundbreaking method to improve the efficiency of hydrogen fuel cells, a crucial eco-friendly energy source. By using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with guest molecules of low acidity, they significantly enhanced hydrogen ion conductivity in solid electrolytes. MOFs’ porous structures allowed for the introduction of guest molecules, increasing conductivity levels. This advancement holds immense promise for more efficient and durable hydrogen fuel cells, aligning with global decarbonization efforts.
The world of academics is rife with the stiff competition; for funds and research grants, prestigious appointments, peerage, reputation, and acknowledgment. It is no surprise therefore that even this honorable profession is marred by several forms of unscrupulous practices. While the unscrupulous or unethical practices of academicians (like plagiarism, duplicate publications) are one side of […]
Applying for research grants is a critical part of any young researcher. Each field has its own specifications, and the pharmaceutical research proposal requires a certain focus. The research proposal must establish a strong fundamental understanding of developing pharmaceutical study design/protocol and communicating it successfully to the Grant agencies. Tips for drafting a proposal for […]
In Indian-Ayurvedic medicine, hops has been recommended for restlessness associated with nervous tension, headache, and indigestion; its actions are reported as sedative, hypnotic, and antibacterial.