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Feb 26, 2021
Hydrogen fuel start-up, a Coug love story, and healthy plant relationships
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How do you take innovative research from the university lab to the public? Three Washington State University engineering researchers working on unique hydrogen fuel tanks, fueling stations, and other technology started their own company to move their findings into the commercial world. We spoke with two of the founders about the challenges of launching a business and the potential of green hydrogen fuel.

Also in this episode:

-          Two Cougs meet at a stoplight… A love story about a pair of Washington State University alumni in Austin, Texas, whose serendipitous connections led to marriage.

-          Plants and microbes can and do have healthy symbiotic relationships. Stephanie Porter, a microbiologist at WSU Vancouver, talks about her research into the important symbiosis of crops and other plants with organisms in the soil.

Read more about Porter’s symbiosis research, WSU alumni love stories, and hydrogen fuel research at Washington State University.

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