Alivisatos program Helios applies for $150 million DOE grant for artificial photosynthesis

Berkeley professor Paul Alivisatos told us it was a “very big day” for his new organization, Helios. The proposed multidisciplinary center at Lawrence Livermore National Lab put in a 10-year, $150 million grant application to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for research into producing commercial...

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