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After cellulose, xylan is the most abundant biomass material on Earth, and therefore represents an enormous potential source of stored solar energy for the production of advance biofuels.
Researchers uncover how microorganisms on the ocean floor protect the atmosphere against methane
A long-abandoned fermentation process once used to turn starch into explosives can be used to produce renewable diesel fuel to replace the fossil fuels now used in transportation, University of California, Berkeley, scientists have discovered.
Methane is formed under the absence of oxygen by natural biological and physical processes, e.g. in the sea floor. It is a much more powerful greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.
Engineers from the University of Michigan have pulled off a feat in a matter of minutes that takes Mother Nature millions of years.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.