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Guohua Jia says the technology offers a range of environmental and economic benefits. Photo: Gabriel Oliveira

Hydrogen role for nanocrystals

A Curtin University team has developed an improved, cleaner, technique to turn the sun’s energy into hydrogen, amid increasing industry interest in the opportunities.

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