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Photosynthesis-inspired device makes biofuel

Scientists have developed a tiny solar-powered device that can produce hydrogen biofuel.

The device was developed using biomimicry, where scientists use natural processes (such as photosynthesis in this case) as the basis for new devices.

The device works twice as fast as photosynthesis in nature, and creates hydrogen biofuel.

Read more at Pennsylvania State University

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