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Cellulosic Biofuels Leader Qteros Adds Key Positions
Date:10/24/2009

a venture-backed company committed to delivering innovative process technologies for clean transportation fuels that reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a price competitive with gasoline. The Qteros scientists and business team are dedicated to producing liquid fuels to achieve a sustainable solution to the world's growing energy needs.

See www.qteros.com for more information. Contact: Patricia Charles, 301-887-1060 x111

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