University of Calgary researchers in Canada have developed a new material that allows a polymer-electrolyte-membrane fuel cell to work at a higher temperature. Chemists Jeff Hurd and George Shimizu say the discovery is important in terms of increasing the efficiency and decreasing the cost of PEM fuel cells. “This research will alter the way researchers have, to this point, perceived candidate materials for fuel-cell applications,” Shimizu, a professor in the Department of Chemistry, ...

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