Yale University team develops process for fuel cells made of glass

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Our bright, shiny technology future is getting a bright, shiny new fuel cell to go with it.Yale University engineers have developed a process to create micro fuel cells made of glass.

The tiny gizmos hold the potential for durable, less expensive energy sources in an array of consumer products.

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Date: 14 December 2012
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