Nanotechnology never ceases to amaze me. Considering how complex we humans like to make things, not to mention how big we like to make things (SUVs anyone?), going ultra-small holds so many advantages. We talk about range-extenders when we speak of electric cars all the time, but the idea of carrying around an internal combustion (IC) engine all the time for the few times we would actually need to use it seems to make little sense in the long run. The problem is that with current battery technol
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It appears as though military contractors aren't the only ones making headway on the development of unmanned aerial vehicles powered by fuel cells. In a collaboration between Georgia Tech's Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ADSL) and the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), researchers have created their own hydrogen-powered UAV.
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