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MM: A Fuel Cell Vehicle Skin Inspired By A Cactus

In this episode, researchers developed a membrane that includes tiny cracks β€” like the skin of a cactus β€” that widen during times of humidity and close in arid environments to keep the cells hydrated.

In this episode, researchers developed a membrane that includes tiny cracks β€” like the skin of a cactus β€” that widen during times of humidity and close in arid environments to keep the cells hydrated. Learn about how it works here:

SO, WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Could this membrane help hydrogen fuel cells gain wider acceptance? What other industries could be helped by similar water-saving technology?

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