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December 23rd, 2003
Funding Granted in Research on Hydrogen as a Possible Fuel Source
The Global Climate and Energy Project, based at Stanford and working with private industry funds, recently announced the four research teams who will receive a total of $5.1 million to investigate all aspects of eventually replacing carbon-based fuels with hydrogen. The research projects chosen for funding are: "Nanoengineering of Hybrid Carbon Nanotube - Metal Nanocluster Composite Materials for Hydrogen Storage;" "Hydrogen Effects on Climate, Stratospheric Ozone and Air Pollution;" "Solid State NMR Studies of Oxide Ion Conducting Ceramics for Enhanced Fuel Cell Performance;" and "Nanostructured Photovoltaic Cells."
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