SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Three new reports on emerging technologies are now available from MRG, Inc. These reports give insights into new materials R&D, advanced energy and environment applications, the emerging hydrogen energy market, and the European Union's rapidly growing wireless sensor networking market. New Materials R&D and Commercialization: Current Status and Future Directions reviews the research and commercial viability of new U.S.-developed material and material chemistries, including nanotechnology-related breakthroughs. The report also reviews private sector, government, and academic R&D. Solar electrical power, artificial photosynthesis, fuel cells, high-energy density batteries, catalysts, pollution sensors, environmental remediation, and chemical recycling are also discussed. This report examines projects in each of these fields, identifying their target applications, end users, time-to-market, project description, and technologies in use. 2005 Hydrogen Market, Hydrogen R&D and Commercial Implication in the U.S. and European Union is an in-depth survey of the hydrogen sector. This report details the current hydrogen industry structure; and various pathways for hydrogen production, distribution and storage. It includes discussion of SMR (steam methane reforming), electrolysis, autothermal reforming, coal gasification, and other methodologies. It also covers U.S. research activities in the private sector, government, and universities; and identifies U.S. and European commercial organizations active in hydrogen research. European Union Wireless Sensing Networks: R&D and Commercialization Activities analyzes the current European market for wireless sensing networks (WSNs), its commercial products, its private sector and academic research, and recommendations for semiconductor firms. It also contains 29 key companies includes the specific category of expertise, key products, and recent partnership and R&D activities. Case studies include use of WSN in healthcare, preventative care and genetic research; industrial, production and equipment monitoring; environmental monitoring, home and commercial property monitoring, and automobile/transportation monitoring. These reports are co-published by MRG and its publishing partner, Fuji-Keizai USA, and are available separately in English or Japanese printed editions. New Materials R&D and Commercialization: Current Status and Future Directions is 181 pages and costs $1,495.00. 2005 Hydrogen Market, Hydrogen R&D and Commercial Implication in the US and European Union is 111 pages and costs $995.00. European Union Wireless Sensing Networks: R&D and Commercialization Activities is 145 pages and costs $1,495.00. To order these report(s), contact Rob Smith at 408-524-9767 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.mrgco.com.
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