Photonics.com (Online): UC Researchers Look for Alternatives to Fossil Fuels Using Frog Foam

Engineering researchers from the University of Cincinnati have found a way to convert solar energy and carbon dioxide into sugars to create new forms of biofuel.

Contributing editor Krista Zanolli writes about Dean Carlo Montemagno's and David Wendell's work in the June issue of Photonics.com.

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