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Scientists have devised a new way to produce ethanol directly from seaweed.
From time to time we like to report on the developments in the researching of alternative bio fuels. Click here to read a Mongabay article on ethanol made out of kelp.
...a concept in which goods are handled, stored and transported in a shared network of manufacturers, retailers and the transportation industry – would benefit the U.S. economy and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study by engineers at the University of Arkansas and Virginia Tech University. (Source: MHL)