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FSEC Honor Research Chemist for Hydrogen Storage Work.

University of Central Florida research institute the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) recently named senior research chemist Darlene Slattery as its 2005 Distinguished Researcher for her work in the storage of hydrogen for automotive purposes.

According to FSEC, Slattery, a graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology and the first woman to win the FSEC award, has pursued hydrogen storage innovations using magnesium hydride, lanthanum magnesium hydride and lithium aluminum hydride.

FSEC noted that a peer review committee considers publications and presentations, grants and other fiscal support, and supporting letters in granting the award.

Slattery has been with FSEC's Hydrogen R&D Division since 1989.

Contact: Kenneth Sheinkopf, FSEC, phone 321-638-1007, website http://www.fsec.ucf.edu.

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