MIT Energy Conference - Really Green Power

By Jim Rapoza  |  Posted 2012-05-28 Print this article Print
MIT Energy Conference - Really Green Power
This project from the OpenWetware community is a hydrogen photobioreactor that creates hydrogen fuel from algae. (
The MIT Energy Conference, held March 9-10 in Cambridge, Mass., provides a first look at technologies aimed at cutting energy costs and providing greener alternatives to current power technologies. (
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