Glowing plants can be created in the near future

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Светящиеся растения могут быть созданы уже в ближайшее время Scientists close to a unique modification of plants.

Future you can imagine whatever you like, but it certainly is fanatically beautiful and very comfortable to stay. The man is such that he seeks, at least in their fantasies, imagine the future life will certainly beautiful.

But is it only a fantasy? For example, scientists are constantly working to as it was sung once in one of the Soviet songs, to make dreams come true.

With this purpose, engineers at mit are working today on creating a living glowing plants that could in the future to illuminate the streets of cities and other residential areas, for example, the same country houses, while not consuming energy and independently adjusting the lighting around you. However, still live lamp will not interfere in the house… Just fantastic, isn’t it!

Today, the American explorers New England actually approached to create a nano-light-emitting plants, thus proving that this idea of the future lighting is quite real.

For the present experiment, the scientists took the salad, which ended up becoming the Cres-salad nanoparticle, managed, not very bright, but glow for nearly four hours. The result gives hope that in the future it is possible to cultivate glowing plants, and those that will burn bright and ignite spontaneously, and even to multiply, thereby replacing people for many technological processes, and ultimately, making life, as we have already mentioned, more convenient and beautiful. No wonder that the science fiction of, say, the cult film “Avatar” James, shows us firsthand how it all inimitably great – real glowing plants.

The challenge was to create such unique plants that will become operational, roughly speaking, as lamps: they don’t have to connect, because the light in them will be at the expense of internal energy metabolism, says Institute Professor Michael Strano.

Note that previous attempts to create glowing plants using genetic modification, with no success. For example, one of projects of similar nature cost nearly half a million dollars, and not bringing any results, after which it was closed.

Well, let’s hope that today’s experience of engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of technology will evolve in the near future in really impressive results – in terms of “natural light”. As they say, Lehigh trouble – the beginning.

Recall, for example, what were the first computers and even the first hard drives (three-ton unit for a few megabytes capacity), and what we have now? So do not despair in terms of “live electrification” of our planet…

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