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Press Release 07-004
Hydrogen-Powered Lawnmowers?

New design could open door to small-scale fuel cells

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Princeton REU student Claire Woo at work in the laboratory of Jay Benziger.

Princeton student Claire Woo, a recipient of the NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates award, at work in the laboratory of Jay Benziger.

Credit: Princeton University


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Researchers have developed a new mechanism to efficiently control hydrogen fuel cell power.

Researchers have developed a new mechanism to efficiently control hydrogen fuel cell power, which could one day be used for lawnmowers and other small engines.

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