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Read books about fuel cell technology, such as Build Your Own Fuel Cells, by Phillip Hurley, which offers instructions on creating low-tech fuel cells with a band saw and drill press, or just a few hand tools. Partner up on this project so that you can brainstorm and build it together. Another way to learn more directly about the job is by conducting an informational interview with a fuel cell engineer. Your school's career services offices can help you locate a working professional who is interested in discussing their career. Learn fuel cell terminology by visiting Fuel Cell Today's Web site, http://www.fuelcelltoday.com/about-fuel-cells/glossary. You can also learn more about how fuel cells work by visiting PBS's NOVA Web site, http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/tech/fuel-cell-work.html.

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