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Press Release 05-064
Waste Not, Want Not

Bacteria-driven cell produces hydrogen for fuel while cleaning wastewater

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Hong Liu (left) and Bruce Logan examine the microbial reactor system

Hong Liu (left) and Bruce Logan examine the electrochemically assisted microbial reactor system.

Credit: Greg Grieco, Penn State University


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Earlier microbial fuel cell

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This different, but related, microbial fuel cell was developed last year at Pennsylvania State University. Quicktime video size is 71MB.

Credit: Trent Schindler, NSF

 



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