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Researchers led by MIT Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy and Professor of Chemistry Daniel Nocera have produced what they are calling an “artificial leaf”, reports MIT. The device can turn solar energy directly into a chemical fuel that can be stored and used later as an energy source. The It’s time to log in (or … Continued

Researchers led by MIT Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy and Professor of Chemistry Daniel Nocera have produced what they are calling an “artificial leaf”, reports MIT. The device can turn solar energy directly into a chemical fuel that can be stored and used later as an energy source.

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