The current issue of PRISM magazine features the research of Chung "Ed" Law, who is the director of a  $20 million energy research center at Princeton whose mission is to spur the invention of new, cleaner fuels for the 21st century.

"Think the internal combustion engine is dead?" writes Charles Q Choi in PRISM. "Peer into an Energy Frontier lab here and think again. Amid a tangle of pipes and tubes, that carbon-belching relic from an era of cheap gas and environmental neglect is being conceived anew. In time, researchers here hope, it will be reborn as a powerhouse of efficiency, burning clean, advanced fuels."

Choi also highlights the work of Emily Carter, who co-directs the center with Law, and of Yiguang Ju.

Read the full PRISM story here.

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