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Researchers at The University of Texas have used a combination of metabolic engineering and directed evolution to develop a new, mutant yeast strain that could lead to a more efficient biofuel production process that would make biofuels more economically competitive with conventional fuels...Mar 25, 2015
- Utah-Based Washakie Renewable Energy, LLC Settles Renewable Fuel Standard Violations Mar 24, 2015
- Professor from Germany speaks on alternative fuels Mar 19, 2015
- Future of biofuel looks grim in China Mar 17, 2015
British researchers are exploring a potentially extremely simple way to increase biofuel production from willow trees: bend them over.Mar 16, 2015
- Bark could be better than its bite Feb 26, 2015
- Perusing the back catalogue Feb 13, 2015
- Converting from electricity to gas Jan 30, 2015
Domestic natural gas production has increased markedly in the United States, and now compressed natural gas (CNG) has the potential to become a cleaner and less expensive energy source than diesel fuel for use in the public transportation sector...