Harvard researchers may have found a way to end world hunger through their bionic leaf, which produces cheap fertilizer potent enough to make crops grow 1.5 times bigger. Read on to see how the invention works!
Material Science April 5, 2017
The Bionic Leaf 2.0 can power your vehicles and help address the world’s fuel consumption problems someday. This new 'artificial leaf' uses solar energy to divide hydrogen-eating bacteria and water molecules to produce liquid fuels.
Energy June 4, 2016
A new bionic leaf, inspired by nature, can create fuel. The new energy approach may prove more popular than solar cells, which have not caught fire in the consumer realm.
Energy February 14, 2015
A bionic leaf uses a bacteria to produce environmentally-friendly fuels, and many other materials. What could this discovery mean for the future?
Energy February 10, 2015