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A startup’s catalytic process converts biomass directly into components of gasoline.
The genetically-modified plants break down their own cellulose, making it possible to use waste biomass to produce ethanol.
Modified yeast could help make ethanol from hard-to-digest materials.
A portable system converts biowaste into jet fuel and diesel for the military.
Zymetis is testing genetically modified bacteria that efficiently convert biomass into sugar.
An Israeli startup says that it has a cheap process to make biofuels from cellulosic materials.
A catalytic process could improve thermochemical routes to ethanol.
Bacteria in termite guts could make ethanol from noncorn sources cheaper.