Scientists have replicated one of the key steps in photosynthesis, which could lead to cheap hydrogen-based fuel.
Above: Dr Kastoori Hingorani (left) and Professor Ron Pace hope the research will open up possibilities for manufacturing hydrogen as a cheap and clean source of fuel.
Hydrogen has long been considered a possible carbon neutral replacement for fossil fuel but has always been expensive and difficult to produce. However, now that scientists have started to mimic the process of photosynthesis, pure hydrogen, a potentially inexhaustible energy source, may be within reach.
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