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VISALIA, Calif., June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- EdeniQ, Inc., a California-based clean technology company serving the global biofuels industry, announced today that it has licensed yeast technology from the USDA Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) and the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) associated with the fermentation of C5 sugars, such as xylose, to ethanol.
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The researcher in question is Nadia Skorupa Parachin and the secret of her technique is enzymes that she extracted from garden soil.
A roughly 200 year old beer, discovered by divers exploring a shipwreck last July, is being studied in an attempt to brew it once again, a group of Finnish researchers announced on Tuesday.
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A newly engineered yeast strain can simultaneously consume two types of sugar from plants to produce ethanol, researchers report.
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Genetically modified cells can be made to communicate with each other as if they were electronic circuits.
A team of Bioengineers in the United States have modified a strain of bacteria to increase its ability to produce ethanol.
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