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Mission accomplished for Herschel
The Herschel Space Observatory of ESA studied successfully the cool Universe for more than three years.
UK H2 Mobility : Final hydrogen powered cars report of Phase 1 published
Air Liquide invests in innovative hydrogen storage technology
Air Liquide announces an equity investment in the Australian company HYDREXIA through its subsidiary ALIAD, which is dedicated to investments in technology start-ups.
Visit of the Dutch Minister of the Environment on the Air Liquide's site in Rotterdam
April 10th, following the recent announcement of a new hydrogen refuelling station for cars and buses by the end of the year on the A15, the Minister of the Environment, Wilma Manveld, has visited Air Liquide site in Rotterdam.
Hannover Fair, Hydrogen + Fuel Cells, April 8-12, Hannover, Germany
Air Liquide participates to the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells at the Hannover fair, Hall 27, in Hannover, Germany. Meet our experts and discover our innovative solutions for Hydrogen energy at Air Liquide booth : C58.
Air Liquide launches its new “Gas Encyclopedia” app
Air Liquide launches new free Gas Encyclopedia application for iPad.
Planck delivers today its first cosmic findings!
Scientific and space communities are about to find out the first all-sky images of the Cosmic Microwave Background.
Curiosity : Life on Mars?
The analysis of minerals contained in a rock sample collected by Curiosity rover has just been made public by NASA and shows that ancient Mars could have supported primitive life.
Air Liquide to install three new hydrogen filling stations in Europe
By 2014, Air Liquide will design and install three new high-capacity (40 fill-ups per day) hydrogen filling stations in the cities of Bremen (Germany), Birmingham (Great Britain) and Brussels (Belgium).
Planck to deliver its first findings on March 21, 2013
The first all-sky images of the Cosmic Microwave Background will be presented at the press conference held in Paris ESA HQ on March 21, 2013.