Australia’s University of Queensland and the University of South Carolina (USC) plan to work together to accelerate the development of hydrogen as a clean-fuel alternative to crude oil. Queensland Premier Peter Beattie says an agreement between the two institutions will promote collaboration on research projects and business development, as well as faculty and student exchanges. Get the Flash Player to see this player. “The effect of global warming makes it imperative that we ...
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