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May 22nd, 2006
Experts discuss 'tomorrow's crisis'
MIT researchers described their state-of-the-art work in metabolic engineering; electrochemical storage; nanotechnology for thermoelectric conversion; organic semiconductors for lighting and solar energy conversion; and chemical breakthroughs in harvesting hydrogen from solar and water.
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