Latest Ethanol Stories
Don’t feel guilty if you choose to indulge in a glass of wine or two this holiday season: according to new research appearing Tuesday in the journal Vaccine, you could be strengthening your immune system and helping your body fight off infections.
Adding more ethanol to fuel with the goal of reducing air pollution carries a hidden risk that toxic - or even explosive - gases may make their way into buildings, particularly those nearby with cracked foundations.
The first long-term US field trials of Miscanthus x giganteus, a towering perennial grass used in bioenergy production, reveal that its exceptional yields, though reduced somewhat after five years of growth, are still more than twice those of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum), another perennial grass used as a bioenergy feedstock.
Multi-million Dollar DOE Grant Funded Research and Development of Innovative Feedstock Logistics Systems Vonore, Tenn.
- Growing in low tufty patches.