MUSC awarded $2.3 million federal grant to develop microbial fuel cell project
April 30, 2010
A microbial fuel cell can be used to turn carbon dioxide into an alcohol that will power a car engine.
It's a way of using a form of pollution to make relatively non-polluting fuel.
A project at the Medical University of South Carolina just won a $2.3 million federal grant to develop its microbial fuel cell project, one of 37 projects nationwide to divide $107 million in electro-fuel renewable energy grants.
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