MUNICH – Nanotechnology may be the silver bullet that ultimately will improve dramatically the efficiency of hydrogen fuels and make fuel-cell vehicles affordable, scientists say. Motorists could see commercially viable nanotechnology fuel-cell cars within 15 years, researchers predict at the recent EuroScience Open Forum here. “Everyone is realistic, so it will not happen overnight,” Klaus-Viktor Peinemann, a researcher at Germany’s GKSS Forschungszentrum, says. “But I am pretty ...

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