Slideshow: STELLAR fuel cell signing

Photos by Ralph Freso
GCU News Bureau

Just 11 months after the group officially formed, Grand Canyon University's STELLAR team is in the final assembly stages of its microbial fuel cell, a battery that harnesses the power of bacteria to convert waste into energy. The project will be handed off to the Quest Institute this weekend to prepare it for its April 15 launch to the International Space Station. GCU President Brian Mueller stopped by the undergraduate research group's meeting on Monday to sign the container housing the microbial fuel cell and to see the team's progress. Read the story here.

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