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CSIRO leads biofuel research

CSIRO and US Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers, have been awarded an AUD 1.6 million grant to increase the understanding of genes responsible for growth and yield in grasses for use as bio-energy and food crops
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Alternative plan for poultry litter

Northern Ireland's poultry sector a solution to the problem of dealing with the 200,000 tonnes of litter it produces every year...
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The Aussies go bananas for fuel

A project in Australia’s Queensland is looking to generate power from bananas...
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RP's largest bio-diesel project to rise in Ilocos

Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte , Philippines – The country’s first and largest coconut bio-diesel project will soon rise on a tract of grasslands in Ilocos Norte...
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Maties Join Global Bioenergy Project

Biofuels researchers at Stellenbosch University have joined forces with some of the world’s leading experts in the field to seek resolution of issues related to the sustainable production of bioenergy...
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U.S. Great Plains could be home to energy mother lode

The Upper Great Plains is, metaphorically speaking, sitting on the mother lode of renewable energy, and it's not just wind energy...
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UK. British Waterways trials first biofuel work boat

British Waterways’ first biofuel work boat, the Brentford-based Aylesbury...
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Sustainable bioenergy project has global launch

"Global Sustainable Bioenergy: Feasibility and Implementation Paths" is a response to confusion and uncertainty on whether the world should look to bioenergy -- biofuels, heat and electricity -- as a prominent factor in meeting global energy needs...
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Growing Better Biofuel

Scientists at the Agricultural Research Service in Mandan are trying to find new and better ways to use crops to power our vehicles...
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Israeli company, NASA to work together on bio-fuel project

In a move away from dependence on fossil fuels, Israeli company Seambiotic and NASA's John Glenn Research Center will jointly research the production of microalgae, which can be used a feedstock for bio-fuel...
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