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New advanced biofuel identified as an alternative to diesel fuel

By Sciencedaily.com | Posted - Sep. 28, 2011 at 9:38 a.m.



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Researchers have identified a terpene called bisabolane as a potential biofuel for replacing diesel fuel. The researchers have also engineered two strains of microbes -- a bacteria and a yeast -- that can be used in the biosynthetic production of this clean, green, renewable and domestic alternative to diesel fuel. Read More ...

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