Turning sunlight into syngas

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British researchers report a new benchmark in the field of solar fuels. Use this article to demonstrate some amazing new technology being developed to help save the planet and reduce the amount of carbon being emitted. It would be suited to students in years 7, 8, 9, and 10 studying any science.

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Turning sunlight into syngas | Cosmos

Turning sunlight into syngas | Cosmos

Turning sunlight into syngas | Cosmos

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Years: 7, 8, 9, 10


Biological Sciences – Ecosystems

Chemical Sciences – Atoms, Particle Models

Earth and Space Sciences – Renewable/ Non-Renewable Resources, The Changing Earth

Physical Sciences – Energy

Additional: Careers, Technology, Engineering.

Concepts (South Australia):

Biological Sciences – Interdependence and Ecosystems

Chemical Sciences – Properties of Matter, Change of Matter

Earth and Space Sciences – The Earth’s Surface

Physical Sciences – Energy