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U.S. DOE Chemist Named Fuel Cell Inventor of the Year

The New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA) has named a senior chemist, Radoslav Adzic, who works for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) with its prestigious 2012 Inventor of the Year award. It’s Adzic’s work with nanocatalysts that use small, durable amounts of platinum to …

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UConn Professor Develops Low Cost Fuel Cell Process

University of Connecticut (UConn) professor Radenka Maric has developed a low cost method of creating fuel cell membranes. The new technique will reduce the high cost of platinum in fuel cells by 10 times. According to UConn, “…one of the primary drawbacks to the widespread use of the cells is …

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Berkeley Lab Produces Hydrogen from Acidic Water

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has developed a technique to produce hydrogen from acidic water. What the researchers there have done is create a molecule that is structurally and chemically similar to the industrial catalyst molybdenite. The new molecule will replace platinum as the …

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South Africa to Test Hydrogen Fuel Cell Mining Locomotive

In September 2008, I had first talked about South Africa trying to market platinum for fuel cells worldwide. You see, South Africa mines about 80-percent of the world’s supply of platinum and would like to continue selling this expensive metal long into the future. But, it hasn’t been until recently …

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