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Bioengineering could lessen the negative impact of biofuels.
A new process could allow Air Force jets to run exclusively on domestically produced biomass and coal.
Amyris’s large-scale demonstration plant will make diesel from sugarcane.
Jet fuel made from an inedible plant will power an aircraft.
A versatile new process for making biofuels could slash their cost.
Startup LS9 is developing microbes that produce hydrocarbons.
Researchers have built and tested for the military a portable machine that efficiently turns waste into electricity.
Zymetis is testing genetically modified bacteria that efficiently convert biomass into sugar.
A process used in wastewater treatment may increase efficiency in ethanol plants.