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The startup LS9 reveals a discovery that could lead to biofuels that would work in conventional engines.
Newly engineered E. coli streamline the conversion of cellulose into fuel.
A genome-wide approach to genetic engineering greatly speeds the manufacture of bacteria for making drugs and biofuels.
Using synthetic biology, LS9 custom-makes hydrocarbons.
Startup LS9 is developing microbes that produce hydrocarbons.