Here Comes the Sun
Characterization of algal light-harvesting protein complexes could help improve solar energy systems.
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
Phycobilisomes act as light-harvesting antennae for cyanobacteria and red algae – some of the oldest lifeforms on the planet. As such, these protein complexes are highly evolved and incredibly efficient at capturing light for photosynthetic processes (1).
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