August 22, 2014

Hydrogen Hopes

Bing Energy – founded on the work of FSU – offers a glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.

Experts in their Field

Florida university researchers generate more than $1 billion in grants annually. The money pays for an array of research...

Fuel Cell Science

The properties of Buckypaper allow fuel cells to use less platinum, reducing costs.

Research Notes

Robots, brains, collaboration, anti-aging, fast lasers and other projects on the front-line of Florida research.


Experts in their Field
Group Dynamics - Neil Johnson

Experts in their Field

Study of Taste: Linda Bartoshuk

Experts in their Field
"To grow and even have an ag industry in Florida requires a lot of work and a lot of chemistry." - Harry Klee

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Hydrogen Hopes
Bing Energy offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.

A New Kind of Hybrid

Fuel Cell Science

Buckypaper

Funding Bing Energy

Experts in Their Field

Group Dynamics
Neil Johnson

Dark Lightning
Joseph Dwyer

Study of Taste
Linda Bartoshuk

A Better Tomato
Harry Klee

Autism Research
Ana Castejon

Suicide Prevention
Thomas Joiner

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