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A startup says it can make sugar for biofuel from wood chips at a fraction of the normal cost.
A leading biofuels company will begin making farnesene for cosmetics and fuel in Brazil.
A more flexible policy could ease the impact of ethanol mandates on worldwide markets.
Bioengineering could lessen the negative impact of biofuels.
Enzymes found in the animals’ digestive tract could be the key.
With prospects dim for comprehensive climate legislation, companies focused on carbon emissions could fail or be forced to scale back their ambitions.
A way to get a high-energy fuel out of an abundant and renewable resource.