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February 7th, 2005
ASU researchers are developing a way to make hydrogen a source of energy usable in outlets like transportation and electricity.
Three labs make up the team: chemistry and biochemistry, electrical engineering and bionanotechnology. They will be putting together research already done at ASU about photosynthesis and computers that can control and test the process.
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