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Kansas State University civil engineers are developing the right mix to reduce concrete's carbon footprint and make it stronger.
Scientists are reporting new evidence that a white rot fungus shows promise in the search for a way to use waste corn stalks, cobs and leaves – rather than corn itself – to produce ethanol to extend supplies of gasoline.
SCHERREBEK, Denmark, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Inbicon, inventor of the biomass conversion technology driving the Inbicon Biomass Refinery, announced a summary of its private crop studies and confidential biomass research.
A U.S. study indicates it takes more than efficient equipment to make renewable energies cost-effective, with technological advances essential to the effort. The research, led by Richard Hess of the Idaho National Laboratory, is a cost-analysis of the steps involved in the corn stover supply chain.
By Marjorie Riddle, The State, Columbia, S.C. Jun. 16--Sixth-graders at Leslie M. Stover Middle School will learn about solar power this fall. They also will get to use it.