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#44
March 2005

From David Bradley Science Writer and
Advanced Chemistry Development

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  Fuel Cells  A significant boost to fuel cells that could also cut costs has been demonstrated by US scientists.
  Losing the Sulfur  Dutch researchers have figured out why the activity of catalysts used to produce clean fuels gradually falls.
  Microbial Manufacturing  A bacterium is a microscopic chemical factory producing antibiotics, immunosuppressants, and anticancer drugs no chemist can synthesize, according to chemical engineer Camilla Kao.
  Lighting-up Time for Porphyrin Nanotubes  Finding an inexpensive and sustainable source of hydrogen will be critical to the success of the so-called hydrogen economy in which fuel cells and other devices are driven by the gas.
 
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