A research team from South Korea’s Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology have developed a new fuel cell catalyst that is comprised of graphene. The catalyst may be a significant breakthrough in fuel cell technology, as it can be recharged as many as 100,000 times without losing any performance. This makes the catalyst significantly more capable than its more conventional counterparts, which are comprised primarily of platinum. The research team is working to draw more attention to the potential of graphene and how it can be used to improve fuel cells.

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