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View Resource Electrochem Standard Fuel Cell Test Cell

ElectroChem?s Fuel Cell for research labs has been designed based on the company?s experience of over 20 years in fuel cell development. The cells are virtually No Leak cells ? which is achie...

http://fuelcell.com/techsheets/Brochure%20FC05&25.pdf
View Resource Fuel Cell Primer

A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that converts hydrogen fuel into energy and water without combustion. Electrodes cap either side of the device and are responsible for carrying the electric...

http://fuelcell.com/index.asp?PageAction=Custom&ID=28
View Resource Campus Ecology

The National Wildlife Federation's Campus Ecology® program promotes climate leadership and sustainability among colleges and universities by providing resources and technical support, creating ...

http://www.nwf.org/Global-Warming/Campus-Solutions.aspx
View Resource Boston University Intelligent Mechatronics (Robotics) Lab

Homepage of the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineerin, Boston University

http://robotics.bu.edu/
View Resource Quake: Strong Motion Seismology

Intense ground shaking during large earthquakes can damage or even cause failure of engineered structures such as buildings, bridges, highways, and dams. Sustained strong shaking can also trigger...

http://quake.wr.usgs.gov/research/strongmotion/index.html
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