The Anonymous Widower

Engineers Go Microbial To Store Energy, Sequester CO2

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on the Cornell Chronicle.

This is the first two paragraphs.

By borrowing nature’s blueprints for photosynthesis, Cornell bioengineers have found a way to efficiently absorb and store large-scale, low-cost renewable energy from the sun – while sequestering atmospheric carbon dioxide to use later as a biofuel.

The key: Let bioengineered microbes do all the work.

This is slave labour, that even the most ardent of Human and Animal Rights activists would approve.

This is technology to watch!

December 15, 2020 - Posted by | Energy, Energy Storage | , , , ,

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