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April 5th, 2006

Purdue to Host Symposium on Hydrogen Fuel

Abstract:
Purdue University is hosting a two-day symposium beginning today that will look at how a fuel based on hydrogen could help cure the nation's energy problems. Topics will range from nanotechnology to findings in environmental sciences and societal impacts.

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