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A new study fuels the debate over the impact of growing crops for fuel.
Reports from the WTO and USDA show that corn supplies are influenced by biofuel subsidies and mandates.
One company’s method for low-cost, high-yield sugar production could help biofuels compete with fossil fuels.
A more flexible policy could ease the impact of ethanol mandates on worldwide markets.
New technology makes it possible to alter plant genes precisely and efficiently.
A process used in wastewater treatment may increase efficiency in ethanol plants.
Rain and floods in the corn-growing Midwest could drive up the costs of producing the biofuel.