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Artificial leaf jumps developmental hurdle


February 17, 2014

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Along with colleagues at Argonne National Laboratory, Arizona State University scientists have reported advances toward perfecting an artificial leaf that uses solar energy to convert water cheaply and efficiently into hydrogen and oxygen. This development has the potential to sustainably harness the energy needed to provide the food, fuel and fiber that human needs are increasingly demanding. Full Story

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