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On the Road to Fuel-Cell Cars

Although fleets of fuel-cell prototypes are hitting the streets, basic technical and market obstacles must be hurdled before the clean, hydrogen-powered cars reach dealer showrooms

February 21, 2005 — Steven Ashley

Dismantling Nuclear Reactors

Taking apart a nuclear power plant that has reached the end of its life is a complicated task. But not for the reasons you might expect

February 10, 2003 — Matthew L. Wald

Designing AUTOnomy

One of the designers of a radical new fuel-cell-car concept explains what was done

September 16, 2002 — Christopher E. Borroni-Bird

Vehicle of Change

It's not just about transportation: the transition to fuel-cell cars could transform energy infrastructures and developing economies while helping the environment

September 16, 2002 — Lawrence D. Burns, J. Byron McCormick and Christopher E. Borroni-Bird
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