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How can hydrolysis create renewable energy to tackle climate change?

Meet PHD student, Steve Ward, as they discuss using hydrolysis to combat climate change.

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Meet the scientist!

In this video, Steve Ward, a PHD student at Newcastle University discusses the process of using hydrolysis, as a renewable energy source, to combat the effects of climate change.

Steven Ward Newcastle University on what is hydrolysis and how can it create renewable energy to tackle climate change
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