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Artificial photosynthesis device improves its own efficiency over time

Study authors Francesca Toma (rear) and Guosong Zeng at work on their self-improving artificial photosynthesis device

Devices that mimic the natural process of photosynthesis, in which plants use sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into energy, could one day help us tackle a number of environmental issues. Scientists have now demonstrated a new type of technology that can not only replicate this process to produce clean hydrogen fuel, but undergo morphological changes during use that makes it become more efficient over time.

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