Granite Geek David Brooks explains how DNA technology was used to track down a serial killer, but someday, it could be used to track you.
Read more: https://www.concordmonitor.com/gnetic-geneaology-NHPR-public-radio-Bear-Brook-21420103
Nanocomp was founded in 2004 by a trio of researchers in Lebanon, who figured out a better way to get carbon atoms to join together and form tubes a billionth of a meter in length, in what is known as the nanometer scale, and then convincing these tubes to line up in ways that let them transfer mechanical or electrical energy in useful form.
Read the story: https://granitegeek.concordmonitor.com/2018/10/31/after-succeeding-in-space-n-h-firm-wants-to-bring-carbon-nanotubes-down-to-earth/
A Utah firm called Q Hydrogen Solutions wants to build the first of its proprietary hydrogen production systems. It says it can split H2O molecules taken from the Upper Ammonoosuc River and use the hydrogen to create cheap power.
Read the story: https://granitegeek.concordmonitor.com/2018/10/30/could-the-hydrogen-economy-be-born-in-an-abandoned-mill-north-of-the-notches/
Science says that people who jump from team to team, depending on who is winning, are happier.
Granite Geek David Brooks discusses the electric car chargers at NHTI, a Concord community college. With VW money coming to the state, other car chargers could see upgrades.