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New find from Joint BioEnergy Institute could help reduce biofuel production costs
An article in F1000 Biology Reports published today argues that recent advances in knowledge mean that plant-derived biofuels could meet about 30% of the global demand for liquid transportation fuels, drastically reducing the amounts of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere from burning fossil fuels, without having an impact on food production.
New biotechnological and chemical methods will facilitate efficient production of chemicals, materials and fuels from renewable natural resources.
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