PhD candidate Kaijian Zhu from the University of Twente was interviewed by Hans Wolkers in U-Today!
Kaijian talks about his research, its great potential, but also about its bottlenecks. Click here to read this interesting interview.
“We aim to directly convert the light energy into green fuel, while using CO2 from air as a feedstock. But there are still a lot of questions about what exactly happens after the light hits the dye and how we can control and optimize all these reactions.”
Photo by Hans Wolkers