Volume 6 / Number 1 / 2016
Fueling the quest for green energy is an initiative being undertaken by researchers at UD. You can’t put a tree limb or a corncob in your gas tank and expect to get anything but a strange look and a bill from your mechanic.
But that kind of fodder could one day be a fuel source as cheap and common as fossil fuels are now, providing renewable, sustainable raw materials for biorefineries that turn such agricultural waste into fuels, electricity and chemicals.
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