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How artificial photosynthesis could cut emissions

Panasonic started its artificial photosynthesis research in 2009. In 2012, it successfully achieved a 0.2% conversion efficiency, the highest in the world at the time.

TOKYO -- In recent years, two Japanese electronics makers have made big advances in artificial photosynthesis research.

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