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April 1st, 2007
South Carolina betting on hydrogen
USC is focusing on four research areas: alternative energies, nanotechnology and the biomedical and environmental sciences.
But it is the school's work with the new energy sources of hydrogen and fuel cells that has captured the public's imagination.
The highly competitive field is also where USC and the state arguably have gained the most momentum. One Connecticut official recently described South Carolina to The New York Times as the most competitive of the two dozen or so hydrogen-focused states.
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