Artificial Photosynthesis using sunlight to generate carbon dioxide can make environment cleaner and greener

April 17, 2015 8:24 AM

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Princeton University – The University of California Berkeley and the US Department of Energy researchers revealed that artificial photosynthesis can prove incredibly help in keeping the environment clean and green. The researchers created an artificial forest using E.Coli and several other types of bacteria. They produced green energy by developing a system that is almost similar to photosynthesis in which the plants prepare food from water and carbon dioxide using sunlight.

According to Chris Chang, expert catalysts for carbon-neutral energy conversions at the UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab this invention can prove to be a revolutionary innovation in energy. The invention of artificial photosynthesis is expected to cut down the presence of greenhouse gases in the atmosph...

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