Nov. 8, Treehugger.com: A team that included researchers from Imperial College London, the University of Cambridge and Central Saint Martins used an off-the-shelf inkjet printer to demonstrate that when printed in a precise pattern onto carbon nanotubes on paper, these photosynthetic bacteria can produce electricity from sunlight, which could power biodegradable environmental and medical sensors.

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