Friendly mutant algae could churn out sustainable hydrogen on your desktop

By CleanTechnica
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 9:36 EDT
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View of an algae covered public beach in Qingdao, northeast Shandong province, on July 4, 2013. (AFP)
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The Jetsons could only dream about a gizmo like this: a desktop bioreactor swimming with microalgae that churn out hydrogen for your home fuel cell. For those of you who keep fish at home, the leap to a small scale  bioreactor doesn’t seem like that…

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