Danish researchers look to make hydrogen fuel cells bio

October 28, 2015 |

In Denmark, researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have embarked upon research looking at biomaterials for use in hydrogen fuel cells to replace toxic materials such as platinum. Developing a 100% organic biocatalyst for a fuel cell is the goal of the Danish Council for Independent Research-funded project. By mixing enzymes with graphene bound to a protein, the team believe it can find a solution that is more environmentally friendly and ultimately cheaper than current hydrogen fuel cells.

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