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UW-Madison dean predicts bio-economy will fuel Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. - Molly Jahn is a realist, and she's telling anyone within ear shot that Wisconsin has a realistic chance to lead the drive toward energy independence.

Molly Jahn
The new dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wiscon......

Full article >>> and academic research sectors as the natural components of a bio-economy, and she believes the raw material from agriculture and forestry will help the state make the transition from corn-based ethanol to the next generation represented by cellulosic ethanol.

This "G2" ethanol will be produced from naturally abundant biomass material - crops and crop residue, forest residue, grasses, and......

Full article >>> ace all of its emphasis on alternative forms of energy which, at best, will help around the margins, barely keeping up with the increase in gasoline demand over time? Better to get serious about nuclear power and domestic oil production, especially when the United States now imports 60 percent of its oil from abroad.

Jahn did not endorse that prescription, but she maintains that biofuels ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 02/14/07


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