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Microscale fuel cells being developed at the University of Tartu

Microscale fuel cells being developed at the University of Tartu

A team of researchers at the University of Tartu is developing microscale fuel cells that can power diverse, small applications in the future.

As part of the project that has been funded with €154,000 ($187,826) by the EU, it is hoped that the researchers will be able to generate 1W of energy with the mini fuel cells by July 2023.

It is hoped that, should this project prove successful, the mini fuel cell could power drones, power environmental monitoring devices, track weather or even be utilised in agricultural applications.

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