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A startup unveils a high-yield process for making fuel from carbon dioxide and sunlight.
ExxonMobil invests $300 million in Synthetic Genomics to develop algae biofuel.
Startup Algenol partners with Dow Chemical on a demonstration ethanol plant.
Amyris’s large-scale demonstration plant will make diesel from sugarcane.
An Israeli startup says that it has a cheap process to make biofuels from cellulosic materials.
The draught-resistant “dream” biofuel is also a water hog.
Waste Management, a large waste company, gives technology for gasifying trash a boost.
Mascoma has announced several advances that may lead to a cheaper, more efficient process to turn biomass into ethanol.
Findings show that turning biomass into electricity is more beneficial than turning it into transportation fuels.
OriginOil claims that its technology extracts oil from algae cheaply and efficiently.