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Dumesic and Randy Cortright, another UW-Madison chemical engineer, have discovered a way to turn sugar into hydrogen, right in the engine of a car. Creating hydrogen on the go means that fuel tanks don't have to store compressed hydrogen, which could be an explosion risk.