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ISEF: Emily Cheng on winning a Science award on the effect of variable microorganisms and pH on the efficiency of a microbial fuel cell . . . interviewed by Brian Nguyen

Posted on: 22-Apr-2010

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In this interview, Brian Nguyen talks to Emily Cheng, who won the Intel International Science Fair for her team project with Aakriti Jain titled The Effect of Variable Microorganisms and pH on the Efficiency of a Microbial Fuel Cell. Emily discusses how Microbial Fuel Cells are similar to a galvanic fuel cell, but uses micro-biological organisms for an anode, and how they work.

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