Video Gallery

Newspaper Articles

Metal makes for promising, recyclable alternative to fossil fuelsMcGill ReporterApril 2020
A new type of fire, the fuel of the future?European Space AgencyApril 2020
McGill University project on zero-carbon fuel to launch into space on FridayCTV News MontrealNovember 2019
To infinity and beyond — Engineering undergraduate experience helps launch career as astronautMcGill University NewsroomSeptember 2019
Canadian researchers hope metals could fuel clean energy trendGlobal NewsApril 2017
McGill experiment takes flight aboard European rocketMontreal GazetteApril 2017
Metal as fuel? These Canadian scientists are working to make it happenCBC NewsApril 2017
Des chercheurs testent de la poudre de fer comme source d'énergieRadio-CanadaApril 2017
Du fer pour remplacer l’essence?Québec ScienceApril 2017
Une expérience québécoise lancée dans l’espaceJournal de MontréalApril 2017
Carburer au fer plutôt qu'au pétroleLa PresseApril 2017
McGill engineering experiment takes offMcGill University NewsroomApril 2017
Next-generation biofuels emerging in MontréalInnovation Development MTLFebruary 2017
Metal: The Next Clean Energy Option?Research2RealityDecember 2016
Is a Steel-Powered Car Possible?POSCO NewsroomOctober 2016
To cut back on carbon-based fuels, get heavy on the metalCanadian Chemical NewsMay 2016
Are powdered metal fuels just a flash in the pan?HACKADAYApril 2016
Using metal powders as a fuel sourceTribology & Lubrication TechnologyMarch 2016
Alternative Energy Enters the Iron AgeCBC Radio Quirks & QuarksJanuary 2016
Metaalpoeder als alternatief voor benzine en diesel (Metal powder as an alternative to diesel)BNR NieuwsradioDecember 2015
Metal as an alternative to fossil fuel?Radio Canada InternationalDecember 2015
Metal Powder: the New Zero-Carbon Fuel?IEEE SpectrumDecember 2015
Could metal particles be the clean fuel of the future?McGill University NewsroomDecember 2015
Science and technology to combat climate change: McGill’s academic role in fighting climate changeMcGill DailyDecember 2015
Burn Baby BurnMcGill ReporterFebruary 2015