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Learning from leaves: Going green with artificial photosynthesis

Releasing too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, thanks to the burning of fossil fuels, isn’t a good thing. But what if leaves can provide some ideas for how we can turn this ‘nuisance gas’ into useful chemicals? From Nature, see how scientists are developing an ‘artificial photosynthesis’ system that might help combat climate change and boost the economy.

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File under biomimicry, and watch this next: How a kingfisher, an owl, & a penguin helped redesign Japan’s Shinkansen and Think Like a Tree – Problem solving with nature’s best ideas.

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