Researchers May Have Developed A Device That Is Capable of Converting Water, Sunlight, And Carbon dioxide Into Clean Energy, Just Like Plants Do. The Scalable Device, In Other Words, May Be A Major Step Towards Artificial Photosynthesis. Researchers Also Hope To Use The Device To Cleanly Produce Easily Stored And Transportable Liquid Fuel.
A new device that can produce carbon-neutral fuel marks a major breakthrough on the way to “artificial photosynthesis”, according to the scientists who created it. The standalone device can convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into clean energy, doing so wirelessly and without any outside electricity, the Cambridge researchers who built it say. They hope that it can be a