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New Study Explores Ways to Develop Efficient Fuel Cell Technology

New Study Explores Ways to Develop Efficient Fuel Cell Technology

Scientists at the University of Wyoming (UW) are exploring ways to develop cost-effective, eco-friendly, and more efficient fuel cell technology. Although commercially available, fuel cell technology is not cost effective when compared to that of other sources of energy. [More]
Tufts Researchers Develop Single-Atom Gold Catalysts for Fuel Cell Applications

Tufts Researchers Develop Single-Atom Gold Catalysts for Fuel Cell Applications

Tufts University researchers along with the researchers from other national laboratories and universities have developed new catalysts that are capable of potentially reducing the cost of fuels such as hydrogen. [More]
Proton-Conducting Graphene Membranes Could Transform Fuel Cell Technology

Proton-Conducting Graphene Membranes Could Transform Fuel Cell Technology

Researchers from the University of Manchester have discovered that graphene, which restricts liquids and gases from passing through it, facilitates passage of protons. [More]
Wake Forest Professor Demonstrates Use of Alternative Fuels to School Children

Wake Forest Professor Demonstrates Use of Alternative Fuels to School Children

Associate professor of physics at Wake Forest University, in collaboration with SciWorks science center, has developed an interactive mobile exhibit to demonstrate the application of alternative fuels to school children. [More]
Enzymatic Fuel Cells Operate at Ambient Temperature without Igniting Fuel

Enzymatic Fuel Cells Operate at Ambient Temperature without Igniting Fuel

Researchers from the University of Utah have designed a fuel cell which is able to operate at room temperature using enzymes to produce electricity from the jet fuel without burning the fuel. [More]
Nano-Alloy with Unique Morphology Enables Super-Efficient Oxygen Reduction

Nano-Alloy with Unique Morphology Enables Super-Efficient Oxygen Reduction

Researchers from China and Sweden used advanced theoretical and experimental investigations to report how a new nano-alloy made up of palladium nano-islands set in tungsten nanoparticles forms a new type of catalyst for highly effective oxygen reduction. [More]
SCHOTT Expands Range of Sealing Glasses for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications

SCHOTT Expands Range of Sealing Glasses for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications

The international technology group SCHOTT offers a broad range of sealing glasses for use in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). These glass solders help to hermetically seal cells and stacks that consist of metallic and ceramic compounds. They are used with nearly all types of fuel cells and provide significant advantages, especially for high-temperature SOFCs, due to their high resistance to heat. [More]
New Semiconducting Material to Improve Fuel Cell Efficiency

New Semiconducting Material to Improve Fuel Cell Efficiency

Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have unexpectedly discovered a new semiconducting material that can improve the efficiency of fuel cells by operating at a significantly lower temperature. [More]
Mars Group at the Niels Bohr Institute to Participate in NASA Mars-2020 Mission

Mars Group at the Niels Bohr Institute to Participate in NASA Mars-2020 Mission

The Mars Group at the Niels Bohr Institute will participate in the NASA Mars-2020 mission, which will primarily focus on detecting the presence of life on the red planet. [More]
NASA Announces Selection of Proposals for Improved Energy Storage Devices

NASA Announces Selection of Proposals for Improved Energy Storage Devices

NASA has announced the selection of four new proposals regarding advanced energy storage devices, which will aid the agency’s future human- and robotic-exploration missions. NASA requires advanced energy generation and storage devices capable of withstanding challenging environments encountered in the agency’s missions. These awards will help the development of such novel energy storage devices. [More]
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