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A team of researchers at the Department of Energy's BioEnergy Science Center (BESC) have pinpointed the exact, single gene that controls ethanol production capacity in a microorganism.
When an animal gets too hot or too cold, or feels pangs of hunger or thirst, it tends to relocate â€“ to where itâ€™s cooler or hotter, or to the nearest place where food or water can be found.
Growing perennial grasses on the least productive farmland now used for corn ethanol production in the US would result in higher overall corn yields, more ethanol output per acre and better groundwater quality, researchers report in a new study.
G2 BioChem is unlocking the future - making next generation ethanol a commercial reality TORONTO, May 9 /PRNewswire/ - GreenField Ethanol announced the launch of G2Biochem, a collaborative partnership that will acquire, validate and commercialize GreenField's innovative patented process technology.
DuPont to also Premiere Stories of Inclusive Innovation Featuring Partnerships from Around the World Wilmington, Del. (PRWEB) May 06, 2011 DuPont today announced its sponsorship of a new BBC series Horizons.
VISALIA, Calif., March 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Logos TechnologiesÂ®, Inc. and EdeniQ, Inc., announced U.S.
Rice University scientists and their colleagues have found that when growing corn crops for ethanol, more means less.
A new study from the University of Illinois concludes that very high biomass prices would be needed in order to meet the ambitious goal of replacing 30 percent of petroleum consumption in the U.S. with biofuels by 2030.
Pacific Northwest farmers could someday be filling up their machinery's tanks with fuels produced from their own fields.
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