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Sampling MIT at the MIT Museum: Water Splitting

MIT Professor Daniel Nocera and his research team are in a race to make inexpensive energy from the sun – and they want to do it soon. Using plant photosynthesis as their inspiration, this exhibit shows how they can now use the sun’s energy to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gases in a safe and simple way.

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