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Breakthrough could see bacteria used as cell factories to produce biofuels
News: Breakthrough could see bacteria used as cell factories to produce biofuels
A new technique for manipulating small cell structures for use in a range of biotechnical applications including the production of biofuels and vaccines has been developed by a team of scientists led by the University.       
Author: University of Kent
Published: Oct 05, 2018
U of A Biologist Receives Grant to Improve Biofuel Production
News: U of A Biologist Receives Grant to Improve Biofuel Production
A University of Arkansas biologist is developing methods that could make the production of biofuel — ethanol and diesel made from sources such as plant material — more efficient and environmentally sound.       
Author: University of Arkansas
Published: Sep 28, 2018
Reducing the burden of carbon dioxide
Feature: Reducing the burden of carbon dioxide
A flow electrolyser developed by US scientists can produce a higher proportion of useful hydrocarbons from reacting carbon monoxide with water than ever achieved before.    
Author: Jon Evans
Published: Sep 28, 2018
Enzyme discovery could boost biofuel production
News: Enzyme discovery could boost biofuel production
EU-funded researchers have discovered a new family of enzymes able to break down wood into its chemical components. The findings may lead to more efficient production of biofuels and other valuable chemicals derived from biomass.       
Author: The European Commission
Published: Sep 21, 2018
Putting the carboxysome in crop plants
Feature: Putting the carboxysome in crop plants
Australian scientists have taken the first step in transferring the more efficient photosynthesis machinery of cyanobacteria into crop plants, potentially leading to a 60% increase in yields.    
Author: Jon Evans
Published: Sep 14, 2018
ODU Algae Research Aims to Fuel Bioeconomy
News: ODU Algae Research Aims to Fuel Bioeconomy
Historically eschewed as slimy and gross, it turns out algae might be the solution to many of the most pressing environmental-sustainability issues.       
Author: Old Dominion University
Published: Sep 12, 2018
Corymbia Genome Expands Terpene Synthesis Knowledge
News: Corymbia Genome Expands Terpene Synthesis Knowledge
Genome annotations of two C. citriodora subspecies broaden understanding of the terpene synthase gene family across eucalypt lineages       
Author: Joint Genome Institute
Published: Sep 07, 2018
Transforming carbon dioxide
News: Transforming carbon dioxide
UD researchers develop novel two-step CO2 conversion technology       
Author: University of Delaware
Published: Sep 05, 2018
Boyle selected for DOE Early Career Research Program
News: Boyle selected for DOE Early Career Research Program
Nanette Boyle, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded funding through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program.       
Author: Colorado School of Mines
Published: Aug 29, 2018
Putting bacteria to work
News: Putting bacteria to work
The idea of bacteria as diverse, complex perceptive entities that can hunt prey in packs, remember past experiences and interact with the moods and perceptions of their human hosts sounds like the plot of some low-budget science fiction movie.       
Author: Argonne National Laboratory
Published: Aug 24, 2018
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