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This light-powered catalyst mimics photosynthesis

Molecule models, which researchers use to depict reactions. Image: Terry Vlisidis/Unsplash

Anne Trafton

Guest contributor, MIT News

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MIT researchers believe this can be used to generate pharmaceuticals. Image: Courtesy of the researchers
Schematic of the new type of catalyst. Image: Courtesy of the researchers

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