Monday, October 26, 2009

Interview of Venkataraman Ramkrishnan by Amit Roy of The Telegraph, Calcutta.

No real reason why it can't be done in India
- Venki on his forthcoming visit, why he loves Cambridge and how crucial luck is.
Amit Roy
Cambridge, Oct. 17: Venkataraman Ramakrishnan, seems happy and settled in Cambridge, where autumn has set in and where the Nobel laureate can admire ancient trees with leaves turning to russet and mauve and gold as he cycles to work every day.

But over the past four decades, he has led an itinerant existence. Fame has come at a price.
Courtesy: The Telegraph

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Low-cost electrodes for fuel cells

AFC Energy, the developer of low-cost alkaline fuel cells, has successfully completed trials of its non-platinum-based electrodes for fuel cells. Read more...

Source: The Engineer Online