Turning over new leaf in climate change

January 12, 2013
Photo: Mike Kepka, The Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle recently reported on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s research on artificial photosynthesis. 

The team of researchers have designed artificial leaves that can convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into chemical fuel, similar to the photosynthesis of flowers and trees. These artificial leaf prototypes could provide a viable solution to reducing our use of fossil fuels.

The article in the San Francisco Chronicle is part of a series on climate change, entitled "Taking the Heat." Read more.