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October 1st, 2007
A convergence of visions found in hydrogen coalition
"Lamar University's strong history in chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering will be assets in tackling the challenges of hydrogen," said Jack Hopper, dean of the College of Engineering. Already the college is pursuing groundbreaking research in hydrogen-powered fuel cells under contract with the Department of Defense.
Materials science, nanotechnology and composites research will all play important roles as well, Hopper said.
"We will continue to build partnerships bringing the best of research science together with industry to design, develop and demonstrate the technology of tomorrow," Hopper said. "We expect to be at the epicenter of the dawning of the next energy era ó the age of hydrogen."
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