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A prototype fuel cell runs on a wide range of fuels without turning up the heat.
A new fuel cell uses a cheap nickel catalyst.
With catalysts created by an MIT chemist, sunlight can turn water into hydrogen. If the process can scale up, it could make solar power a dominant source of energy.
A novel low-temperature electrolyte could make solid-oxide fuel cells more practical.
Researchers have found a cheap and easy way to store the energy made by solar power.
An advanced type of mass spectrometry has detected water in lunar particles.
A simple new process generates hydrogen for fuel cells.
Researchers have designed a process to generate hydrogen from organic materials.