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The Globe and Mail | New material raises hopes for cheap renewable energy storage

Recommended Bio-inspired Solar Energy 30.03.2016

by Ivan Semeniuk

It looks like the B-movie version of what you expect to find in a scientist’s lab: An emerald green liquid that turns into a brownish gel as more ingredients are added…

Read the rest of the story, about a collaboration in CIFAR’s Bio-inspired Solar Energy program, at theglobeandmail.com.

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