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View Resource Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Textbook Catalog

The compilation includes textbooks, handbooks, market and industry overviews, research reports, conference proceedings, conference monographs, and government documents that may be useful to college...

http://www.fueleconomy.gov/hydrogenandfuelcells/resources/db...
View Resource A Collection of Fuel CellTextbooks and Publications

The use of fuel cells as independent power sources is expected to become increasingly widespread in the next twenty years. From electric vehicles to mobile phones, the uses for this environmentally...

http://www.omega23.com/books/s5/fuelcells.html
View Resource Racing Ahead in Automotive Education

At the Department of Energy, we know that we need to out-educate the rest of the world in order to out-innovate them. That?s why we?re offering $5 million to establish and support Graduate Aut...

http://energy.gov/articles/racing-ahead-automotive-education
View Resource Career Development

Links and information on continuing education, related associations and organizations for those looking either to enter the fuel cell industry or to expand on their training or knowledge of the...

http://www.fuelcells.org/ced/career/prof.htm
View Resource Cryogenic Science Experiments

If you've watched the Discovery Channel, you've probably seen the show where the frozen Russian wooly mammoth was being thawed by scientists. Not only was it thawed, but a piece was cooked and eaten....

http://www.light-science.com/cryogenicroses.html
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