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New Light-Activated Catalyst Grabs CO2 to Make Ingredients for Fuel

Scientists have created a “spongy,” light-activated material that converts carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, which can be further turned into liquid fuels and other useful products without generating unwanted byproducts. This development could help mitigate levels of a potent greenhouse gas while generating solar-powered fuel. More>

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