Can high-tech photosynthesis turn CO2 into fuel for your car?


sustainability.thomsonreuters.com| Posted May 22, 2015

Imagine having a fuel pump in your driveway that uses photosynthesis, the same process plants use to feed themselves, to turn carbon dioxide into fuel for your car.

It’s not science fiction: research groups all over the world have been working to develop artificial photosynthesis, which could greatly reduce our dependence on crude oil and make use of the growing amount of manmade carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to climate change… read more>


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