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An artificial leaf converts water and light to oxygen, and that's good news for road-tripping to places beyond Earth.
Cybernetic Venus flytrap anyone? MIT researchers create plants that are part machine, all awesome, and could one day even be turned into living gas detectors.
Currently on display at the Milan Furniture Fair, the Moss Table by Biophotovoltaics generates electricity by using the natural light-conversion process of plants.
A 3D-printed dinosaur filled with bioluminescent algae glows in the dark, fueled by photosynthesis.
Two artists create a system of tubes that farm edible algae and provide sustenance to the wearer. You could say it's the ultimate in green fashion.
Using data collected by the VIIRS sensor aboard the Suomi NPP satellite, NOAA has created a map of the world's vegetation.
Researchers from the University of Georgia believe they have discovered a method that could turn CO2 from the air into useable industrial products.
Caltech's Nate Lewis says "Fuels from Sunlight" research lab is making progress creating fuel from water and sunlight with "no bugs and no wires."
With an eye on the Lunar X Prize, a 100-member team of experts are trying to develop quick-response rover technology they hope will alter the way robots explore the moon and beyond.
By pairing biology and photovoltaics, a new "electrofuel" system could build alternative fuels.