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re: MIT harnesses virus to power up the hydrogen economy
t.alex   4/21/2010 9:58:51 AM
in layman term, what virus is that?

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re: MIT harnesses virus to power up the hydrogen economy
R_Colin_Johnson   4/16/2010 3:55:25 PM
Yet another "breakthrough" from MIT, but will it pan out commercially? Only a small percentage of these research lab results make it to market, but its still important to get the word out on every one of them. You never know what part of a new idea will stimulate the creation of a "killer app."

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