Scientists Invent Way to Grow Plants in Complete Darkness

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  • Scientists have found a way to grow plants in complete darkness.
  • They use a two-step process to convert carbon dioxide, electricity and water into acetate.
  • “We sought to identify a new way of producing food that could break through the limits normally imposed by biological photosynthesis” said the corresponding author Robert Jinkerson.

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