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Demand for corn-derived fuel is driving up food prices, but new technologies could help.
Researchers genetically modify a crop to break down its own cellulose.
A startup’s new process could make fuel from algae as cheap as petroleum.
A versatile new process for making biofuels could slash their cost.
Bacteria in termite guts could make ethanol from noncorn sources cheaper.
Scientists say the results represent a new stage in synthetic biology.
Engineered E. coli proves efficient at churning out the biofuel.
GM teams with a startup aiming to produce low-cost biofuels.
Stem cells from skin, myriad microbes, and a $350,000 personal genome.
Advanced biofuels, more-efficient vehicles, and solar power top the most notable energy stories of 2007.