US researchers power up world's smallest fuel cell

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One millimetre thick fuel cell raises prospect of hydrogen powered mobile devices

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a fuel cell measuring just three milimetre square, raising the prospect of small water-powered fuel cells one day being used to provide zero carbon...

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