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New device offers distinct advantages over previous attempts to improve upon natural photosynthesis.
With catalysts created by an MIT chemist, sunlight can turn water into hydrogen. If the process can scale up, it could make solar power a dominant source of energy.
A new microfluidic system offers a different way to move water.
A leading chemist says that a better understanding of photosynthesis could lead to cheap ways to store solar energy as chemical fuel.