Danish researchers look to make hydrogen fuel cells bio

In Denmark, researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have embarked upon research looking at biomaterials for use in hydrogen fuel cells to replace toxic materials such as platinum. Developing a 100% organic biocatalyst for a fuel cell is the goal of the Danish Council for Independent Research-funded project. By mixing enzymes with graphene bound to a protein, the team believe it can find a solution that is more environmentally friendly and ultimately cheaper than current hydrogen fuel cells.

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