Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, announce development of a hydrogen fuel cell that lasts at least 10 times longer than current technology, an improvement that would make them economically practical, if mass-produced, for powering vehicles with electricity. “With our design approach, the cost could be comparable or even cheaper than gasoline engines,” says Xianguo Li, director of the university’s Fuel Cell and Green Energy Lab. “The future ...

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