DOE/Russian partnership yields nanoscale hydrogen sensors instead of WMDs
So, instead of maybe working on weapons, the scientists developed these sensors that are more reliable and quicker to detect hydrogen using a nanoscale approach. The DOE says they will "provide added safety, detection capability and efficiency to a variety of applications industry-wide." Battelle and Apollo, Inc. (of Kennewick, Wash.) were also involved in the sensor's development. The sensors could be used wherever hydrogen is stored.
[Source: DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory]
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