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A new study fuels the debate over the impact of growing crops for fuel.
Researchers genetically modify a crop to break down its own cellulose.
The genetically-modified plants break down their own cellulose, making it possible to use waste biomass to produce ethanol.
Zymetis is testing genetically modified bacteria that efficiently convert biomass into sugar.
Mascoma has announced several advances that may lead to a cheaper, more efficient process to turn biomass into ethanol.
Fuel made from waste by-products could lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Qteros thinks its microbe could cut production costs.