WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. is teaming up with parts maker Robert Bosch GmbH and Stanford University in California to perfect a complex engine-ignition technology that could burn gas and diesel fuels cleaner and more efficiently. Under the 3-year, $2.5 million program, GM, Bosch and Stanford researchers will work to accelerate the development of Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI), a spark-less combustion technology auto makers have been struggling for 25 years to master. ...
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