Designer bacteria could fuel the future with cheap hydrogen

Designer bacteria could fuel the future with cheap hydrogen

Macquarie synthetic biologists have made a breakthrough in renewable energy production by creating genetically-engineered sugar-loving bacteria that can produce on-demand, zero-emission hydrogen fuel faster than has been done anywhere else.

Record heatwaves across the northern hemisphere have renewed calls for action on climate change as it becomes apparent that we face unprecedented levels of global warming.

Find out more about the future of designer bacteria.

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