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June 01, 2007 (Vol. 27, No. 11)

Cellulosic Biofuels Abound with Promise

Conversion Processes Are Being Developed for Nonfood Crops to Obviate Corn Dependency

  • While ethanol is being heralded as the solution to the world’s energy concerns, developers are scrambling to replace corn in the U.S. with more economical feedstocks and to develop more efficient production methods. “Everybody has to look beyond oil,” insists Jim Watson, Ph.D., managing director at BioJoule (www.biojule.co.nz). They ...

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