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Can better photosynthesis help feed the world?

As human population growth fuels the need for increased crop yields, researchers look to engineer plants that perform photosynthesis more efficiently.

Photo courtesy of Claire Benjamin

By Erin Zimmerman for Ensia | @ensiamedia | @DoctorZedd

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Ensia is a solutions-focused nonprofit media outlet reporting on our changing planet.

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