The Ocean

Your home could be lit by jellyfish in the future

'Beautiful material' ... scientist Ruben Costa is developing flourescent proteins to power lamps and screens. Image: REUTERS/Dani Cardona

Kate Whiting

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Rubén Costa with his fluorescent polymer. Image: Rubén Costa/handout
Jellyfish naturally glow to communicate. Image: REUTERS/Dani Cardona
Image: The Electrochemical Society Interface.

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