Making an Artificial Leaf: Creating Hydrogen Fuels through Water, Sunlight and Carbon Dioxide

What if you could copy the process that plants use to create a renewable source of fuel? Join Nathan Lewis, from the California Institute of Technology, as he shares his work on transforming water, sunlight and carbon dioxide to make fuel. This "artificial photosynthesis" is a solar-driven system that splits water to create hydrogen fuels while avoiding common barriers to clean energy production, such as rare and expensive catalysts.
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