09 February 2017
Vote for Reverse Photosynthesis as the Danish research result of 2016
10 important discoveries have been nominated by Videnskab.dk for the Danish Research Result of 2016. Reverse Photosynthesis is among them.
It was discovered in the beginning of 2016 by researchers from Dept. of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Dept. of Biology and CPSC/Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences. In the process of reverse photosynthesis the energy in solar rays breaks down, rather than builds plant material, as is the case with photosynthesis. Read more about Reverse Photosynthesis.
The results were published in Nature Communications. You can read the article here.
We hope you will support Reverse Photosynthesis in the ballot. Cast your vote. The ballot will be open until 22 February.