Entries Needed for Student Fuel Cell Research Award

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Students of fuel cell research will have the opportunity to compete for the first Dr. Bernard S. Baker Student Award For Fuel Cell Research, to be awarded at the 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar in Palm Springs, California. The purpose of the award is to encourage and recognize exceptional students in the field of fuel cell related technologies. Dr. Baker was a pioneer in fuel cell industry, and was himself a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship as part of his graduate work in carbonate fuel cells in The Netherlands. Selection from applications submitted will be based on quality of completed or proposed research work in a fuel cell related field. The award will consist of a medal, a $2,000 monetary award and a complimentary registration to the Fuel Cell Seminar, where the winner will get the chance to present his or her research presentation. Applications must be received and evaluated prior to the Fuel Cell Seminar, and the award will be announced and presented at the Fuel Cell Seminar. For more information about the award, and details about entry submissions, visit the link below.
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