What we're reading: 2.8 million hydrogen cars

Test tube babies; Van Halen business advice; Brooklyn's LEED Silver mall; hydrogen fuel cell vehicles; nuclear reactor shut down.
Written by Andrew Nusca, Contributor on

1.) Test-tube babies are more prone to low birth weights, birth defects and genetic abnormalities, one scientist says.

2.) When it comes to savvy business advice, consider Van Halen. (No, really.)

3.) New York City is spending $20 million on the LEED Silver-certified Citypoint Mall in Brooklyn.

4.) Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will number 2.8 million by 2020, according to new research.

5.) A week after President Obama declared a new era for nuclear power, the Vermont state senate voted to close a problematic reactor.

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