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By changing the way certain organisms process sugar, UCLA researchers have shown how to produce more biofuel.
The sell-off of synthetic biology pioneer LS9 goes to show that making biofuels from genetically engineered microbes has yet to deliver economically.
Startup Global Bioenergies uses genetic engineering to avoid one of the costliest steps in biofuel production.
Modifying a gene in plants makes it far easier to process biomass to make fuel.
Joule Unlimited will demonstrate its novel production process within the next few weeks.
As the world’s biggest exporter of corn diverts more and more of its crop to make fuel, it’s sending less to the global marketplace.