Oxford University researchers have found a way to make jet fuel from carbon dioxide in the laboratory by reverse engineering the chemical reactions that transform fossil fuels into CO2. "This process could help relieve climate change and use the current carbon infrastructure for sustainable development," said Tiancun Xiao, a senior research fellow at Oxford's Department of Chemistry.
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