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Wisconsins promising bio-refining future wont run on ethanol alone

President Bushs declaration that America is "addicted to oil" was paired with a pitch to produce more alcohol fuel, such as ethanol, in the nations grain belt. Its unclear whether Wisconsin can overcome a late start to become a leading ethanol producer, but the broader idea of using genetically engineered plants to create fuel, fiber, plastics and chemicals may be a ......

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"Bio-refining could produce a mega-paradigm shift, and its my hope Wisconsins research base can help us leap-frog technologies into the future," state Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection Secretary Rod Nilsestuen said during a recent meeting of the Wisconsin Technology Council.

The state Ag Department is dir......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/15/06


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