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‘Jellyfish​’ smoothies offer solar solutions

Is this item for real? If you know, or do some research, please share with us. CNN recently reported that scientists at a Swedish university put thousands of jellyfish in a blender and used the green fluorescent protein (GFP) they contain to create tiny fuel cells that can power microscopic nanodevices that operate inside the body, helping reverse blindness or fight tumors. As efficient as solar cells, the nanocells could be deployed in two years. Bacteria can replace the jellyfish. GR

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