01 Sep '11, 8pm

Scientists Harness The Power Of Plant Photosynthesis With Biophotovoltaics @beehivetech

If you think powering your gadgets with plants sounds like a strange idea, think again. Scientists at Cambridge University are working with designers to develop the next generation of photovoltaics that harness the biological power of plant photosynthesis. To give a visual idea of how these biophotovoltaics (BPVs) may look like, doctoral candidate Paolo Bombelli collaborated with designers Alex Driver and Carlos Peralta to produce these intriguing concept designs, ranging from a moss-powered lamp to a colony of 'solar masts'.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/09/scientists-harnes...

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