U.S. researchers say a new modular approach to artificial photosynthesis brings the potential for sunlight-to-fuel production closer.
The U.S. breaks ground on a new solar research center that will help in the search for ways to turn sunlight, water and carbon into hugely efficient transportation fuels
Researchers at the University of Illinois have overcome a major hurdle to converting carbon dioxide into fuels which could perfect artificial photosynthesis.
A group of scientists says by mimicking photosynthesis and using tiny molecular circuits, harvesting and transporting solar power could be made more efficient.
An MIT chemist has developed a practical new version of the artificial leaf that uses artificial photosythesis to create energy using readily available elements.
The U.S. Department of Energy is putting $122M into The Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, a project aimed at producing fuel directly from the sun.