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‘Artificial Leaf’ Uses Photosynthesis to Create Clean Electricity

Chemist Daniel Norcera recently created a short film titled ‘The Artificial Leaf’ which explains a new way of creating clean electricity. The process uses a microchip, that when submerged in water and exposed to sunlight, can mimic photosynthesis. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports. Photo Credit: whologwhy via Flickr.

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1:45AM PDT on Nov 2, 2014

Thank you!

3:14PM PDT on Oct 30, 2014

Live long and prosper

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8:48PM PDT on Oct 15, 2013

Terrific! thank you

8:13AM PDT on Oct 13, 2013

one more worthy effort

3:14PM PDT on Oct 3, 2013

this so cool. I just HAD !!!!! to share this thank you !!!!

3:12PM PDT on Oct 3, 2013

this is so cool. I just HAD !!!!! to share this. thank you :-)

3:11PM PDT on Oct 3, 2013

this so cool. I just HAD !!!!! to share this thank you !!!!

6:29PM PDT on Aug 14, 2013

thanks for sharing

3:46AM PDT on Aug 2, 2013

Well, tell us more about it then! This could be great! Currently we are plagued by wind 'farms' which are Not Green! We need as many good alternatives as possible before we destroy any more countryside and the threatened communities nearby!

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