When the world is burning with the global warming issue, its not only the right time for the manufacturers to mint money out of building products that contribute to cut on greenhouse gas emissions, but also or the scientists to discover alternative products that can contribute towards the environmental concerns.
Scientists at Emory University in Atlanta are also up with their sleeves tugged up on such a venture. They say they might have found a way to remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. They have discovered a mutant enzyme that could enable plants to use and convert carbon dioxide more quickly, effectively taking more of that gas from the atmosphere!
If you want top know more on the findings, just get on to the report published online Jan. 19, or grab the February issue of the journal Protein Engineering Design and Selection.
Via: Science Daily