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posted in April 2003

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Living enzyme pressed into service as molecular switch
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4/21/2003   Post a comment
Using the bioengineering technique of gene splicing, Johns Hopkins University researchers have built an artificial protein with unique switching behavior.
Supercharged fuel cell ups performance tenfold
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4/14/2003   Post a comment
Supercharging fuel cells by premixing the fuel with oxygen holds out the promise of superslim fuel cells that can be manufactured on a printing press.
Oxygen mix promises to increase fuel cell performance
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4/11/2003   Post a comment
Supercharging fuel cells by premixing the fuel with oxygen holds out the promise of superslim fuel cells that can be manufactured on a printing press.
Bio-fuel cell can run on ethanol and enzymes
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4/7/2003   Post a comment
As R&D proceeds apace on hydrogen-based fuel cells for products as diverse as automobiles and laptops, an obscure research movement is looking at an alternative that would tap known biological processes to generate electricity.


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