French biochemist Pierre Calleja has developed an algae-based lighting system that requires no electricity for power but instead, it draws carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to produce heat and light. The excessive algae growth can also be siphoned off, cleaned and dried as a food source.
Algae can also be turned into petroleum.
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