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HyMARC Team Helps Bring Hydrogen to the World
Through HyMARC, Berkeley Lab scientists are investigating storage solutions such as metals that bind hydrogen atoms, ways to store hydrogen in other chemical bonds, and pathways to prototype and commercialize advanced materials.
Berkeley LabOctober 2023

HyMARC Aims to Hit Targets for Hydrogen Storage Using X-Ray Science
Using soft x-ray techniques available through Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source, a Sandia team with collaborators from HyMARC are probing the chemistry of promising hydrogen storage materials to understand how they absorb and release hydrogen.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2023

Graduate Student Ashlynn Berry to Conduct Hydrogen Storage Research at Sandia through DOE Office of Science Fellowship
HyMARC researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are supporting a graduate student conducting hydrogen storage research through the prestigious DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research fellowship program.
Washington University in St. Louis, 2023

Call for Abstracts: American Chemical Society Symposium on Energy Storage in Chemical Bonds for Hydrogen Technology Organized by HyMARC
HyMARC researchers Ba Tran, Sarah Shulda, and Peng Peng are organizing an ACS Symposium on Energy Storage in Chemical Bonds: Challenges and Opportunities From Theory to Applications for Hydrogen Technology in San Francisco, California.
American Chemical Society, 2023

HyMARC Invites Researchers to the Hydrogen Metals Systems Research Conference in Les Diablerets, Switzerland, June 25–30, 2023
HyMARC researchers will be co-chairing and presenting at the 5-day international conference that focuses on cutting-edge and unpublished research.
Gordon Research Conference, June 2023

Getting Future Hydrogen Storage Solutions Just Right
In a new Nature Chemistry paper, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories authors outline criteria for determining the best hydrogen-based energy storage solution for different real-world applications.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, November 2022

DOE Announces $1.5 Million To Train the Next-Generation Hydrogen Workforce
Selected university partners from Minority Serving Institutions will have the opportunity to utilize the advanced facilities and expertise of the DOE national laboratories through collaboration with HyMARC and two other DOE consortia.
DOE Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office, November 2022

HyMARC Engineer Discusses Consortium Research
HyMARC chemical engineer Peng Peng is investigating new materials for storing hydrogen gas and uses computer models to study how lab-scale material prototypes would perform at the industrial scale and how much they would cost – accelerating the green hydrogen movement from discovery to deployment.
Berkeley Lab, July 2022

Emerging Hydrogen Storage Technology Could Increase Energy Resilience
A Berkeley Lab-led study published in Nature Energy assesses cost competitiveness of metal-organic framework materials to store hydrogen for large-scale backup power applications.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, May 2022

Atomic Disorder in Surface Materials Is Key to Better Hydrogen Storage
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists found that atomic disorder in certain boron-based hydrogen storage systems can potentially improve the rate of hydrogen uptake.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, November 2021

Speeding Toward Improved Hydrogen Fuel Production
As reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers designed and synthesized an effective material for speeding up one of the limiting steps in extracting hydrogen from alcohols, making it available as a clean fuel to benefit many applications.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, December 2020

Hard Sails and Green Hydrogen for the Cargo Ships of the Future
Work by DOE's HyMARC and HydroGEN consortia is called out in this CleanTechnica article.
CleanTechnica, December 2020

DOE Recognizes LLNL's Computational Materials Science Team for Exceptional Support to HyMARC, HydroGEN Consortia
The team, led by Drs. Brandon Wood and Tadashi Ogitsu, was recognized for its contributions to advancing the state of the art in computational materials science and guiding experimental efforts in developing advanced, high-performance materials for hydrogen production through water splitting and hydrogen storage.
DOE Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program, September 2020

VIDEO: Hydrogen Materials Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC)
HyMARC is featured by MRS TV at the Materials Research Society 2019 Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts.
MRS TV, November 2019

Hydrogen Storage Gets Real
Principal investigator Jeffrey Long and co-director Mark Allendorf describe how HyMARC is tackling some of the fundamental underlying challenges involved in hydrogen storage.
Chemistry World, August 2019

Sandia, Lawrence Livermore Team Improves Solid-State H2 Storage Using Nano-Confinement; New Paradigm for Hydrogen Storage
The research team developed an efficient hydrogen storage system that could be a boon for hydrogen-powered vehicles.
Green Car Congress, February 2017