Harvard's new artificial leaf converts sunlight into fuel with groundbreaking efficiency
Average Rating: ( 0 votes)
Harvard University's Daniel Nocera is a busy man. Last week, we reported on his announcement of a superbug that consumes carbon dioxide and creates fuel, a major development in energy technology. Now, the news is out that the "bionic leaf 2.0" is ready, a next-generation energy system that could eventually help keep more fossil fuels in the ground. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KRlRhNbxKg Nocera led the team that, in 2011, first developed an artificial leaf that mimicked the natural...