Manchester Metropolitan University’s Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre is leading a partnership to deliver HySchool – an Erasmus + project that delivers hydrogen (H2) education in schools.
The University’s Faculty of Science & Engineering and its Business School are working with a consortium of seven other European partners to develop and deliver an educational programme with resources for secondary schools.
Amer Gaffar, Director of Partnerships at the Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre, said, “Teaching young people about the possibilities of H2 is so important. We want to prepare and educate students so that by the time they reach university, they will have an understanding of the practical applications of fuel cells and H2. A project like this has never been delivered before.”
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