Advancing our understanding of the degradation caused by hydrogen can provide the scientific and technological knowledge needed to improve hydrogen storage and transport.
Led by Professor T A Venkatesh at Stony Brook University, a multi-disciplinary team of academic researchers, from three programmes (Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering) across three institutions (Stony Brook, Stanford and MIT), are teaming up with national laboratories, industry and utility partners in an important project on hydrogen funded by the United States National Science Foundation to optimise hydrogen storage and transportation.
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