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Daniel Nocera discusses the Artifical Leaf

Daniel G. Nocera is the Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He and his group are particularly interested in finding practical ways to harness the suns energy, with obvious implications for global energy production and storage. The 'artificial leaf' is a device that can harness sunlight to split water into hydrogen and oxygen without needing any external connections.

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