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June 17th, 2007
MU team developing hydrogen vehicle
A team of scientists at the University of Missouri-Columbia has snagged an $880,000 federal grant as part of President George W. Bush's challenge to develop a clean, hydrogen-burning automobile by 2020.
Physics Professor Peter Pfeifer is working with nanotechnology expert Fred Hawthorne and Carlos Wexler, an associate professor of physics, to come up with a device that would store hydrogen under low pressure.
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