A New Twist on Photosynthesis

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Green Plant

A team of researchers has discovered fungi that "eat" radiation in a twisted version of how photosynthesis happens in green plants. Ekaterina Dadachova, one of the scientists working on the project, talks about the discovery.

Ekaterina Dadachova, Associate Professor, Nuclear Medicine and Microbiology & Immunology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine



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