Japan's National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) singed an agreement with China's Southeast University (SEU) to co-design graphene based materials as platinum alternatives for electro-catalysts and develop high quality fuel cell electrodes.

A young professor from SEU (who worked at NIMS earlier) aims to design unique molecular structures of electrodes and his aides at NIMS will examine the performance of the electrodes and fuel cell devices.

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