Fuel cell investigation earns TTU’s Rice-York Award
Sub-zero winter mornings offer a challenge to researchers working to make fuel cell powered automobiles a reality — fuel cells need and produce water, and water freezes.
Tennessee Tech University’s Cynthia Rice-York has been making progress on a solution for several years. Now, her next leading research proposal has earned her a 2009 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award from Oak Ridge Associated Universities.
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