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Biofuels
Thermo-tolerant yeast can provide more climate-smart ethanol
Biofuels : 21 October, 2014
With a simple mutation, yeast can grow in higher than normal temperatures. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology demonstrate findings which may result in ethanol being more effectively manufactured for vehicle fuel, as well as increase the possibility of using residual waste as a raw material.
 
Good news for green chemistry in new EU industrial policy
Biofuels : 27 January, 2014
Society is facing a huge challenge in replacing old energy sources with new ones. For the first time, access to bio-based raw materials is highlighted as a priority issue for industrial development in European Commission’s new communication. Since the high import duty on bio-ethanol is one of the biggest barriers to growth of bio-based chemistry in Europe, SEKAB seeks to play its part in the transition to a future with a reduced demand for fossil fuels and raw materials.
 
Chemical process developed to use cotton gin residue
Biofuels : 17 December, 2004
Virginia Tech researchers are working on technologies that could create a new industry from a problem in the state's cotton-growing region.
 
Green car sets speed record
Biofuels : 15 November, 2004
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Taking the next step toward growing our own fuel
Biofuels : 31 October, 2004
Developing a petroleum-free fuel from corn byproducts is one of the goals of a newly named research theme at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
Increased water vapor in stratosphere possibly caused by tropical biomass burning
Biofuels : 20 February, 2002
The doubling of the moisture content in the stratosphere over the last 50 years was caused, at least in part, by tropical biomass burning, a Yale researcher has concluded from examining satellite weather data.
 
 
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