Navy uses mucky water to power fuel cell

05/10/2010 | United Press International

Naval scientists have developed a bacterial fuel cell that can produce power from mud and dirty water. The cell could produce energy continuously for up to nine months, researchers say, and could obviate the need for divers to manually change batteries on underwater electronic devices.

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