A hybrid inorganic–biological artificial photosynthesis system for energy-efficient food production

@article{Hann2022AHI,
  title={A hybrid inorganic–biological artificial photosynthesis system for energy-efficient food production},
  author={Elizabeth C. Hann and Sean Overa and Marcus Harland-Dunaway and Andr{\'e}s F. Narvaez and Dang N. Le and Martha L. Orozco-C{\'a}rdenas and Feng Jiao and Robert E. Jinkerson},
  journal={Nature Food},
  year={2022}
}
Artificial photosynthesis systems are proposed as an efficient alternative route to capture CO2 to produce additional food for growing global demand. Here a two-step CO2 electrolyser system was developed to produce a highly concentrated acetate stream with a 57% carbon selectivity (CO2 to acetate), allowing its direct use for the heterotrophic cultivation of yeast, mushroom-producing fungus and a photosynthetic green alga, in the dark without inputs from biological photosynthesis. An evaluation… 
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