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Bacteria Can Survive In Extreme Heat

...me temperature changes or create new resources for biofuel production that will not only provide more biomass per acre, but absorb more of the greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, as well." Source-Eurekalert RAS...

Green Box Converts Car Fumes into Biofuel

... The captured gases can be developed to create a biofuel using genetically modified algae. This box has been developed by organic chemist Derek Palmer and engineers Ian Houston and John Jones. They came across the idea while experimenting with carbon dioxide to help boost algae growth for fish farming, T...

Brits Need to Change Lifestyle to Have a Greener Future: Report

...y needs. The rest would come from a combination of biofuel "combined heat and power" stations, wave power, hydroelectricity and tidal schemes. Nuclear power could provide some of the demand at first, but the authors do not suggest building more nuclear power stations because of the cost and targets they p...

Radical Change in the Lifestyle Might Bring a Greener Future for Brits

...y needs. The rest would come from a combination of biofuel "combined heat and power" stations, wave power, hydroelectricity and tidal schemes. Nuclear power could provide some of the demand at first, but the authors do not suggest building more nuclear power stations because of the cost and targets they p...

Water Hyacinth is Used for Health Improvements in Africa

...t can potentially be used for sewage treatment and biofuel production, it can also cause severe environmental and socioeconomic damage. Dr. James Ogwang, a biocontrol entomologist with the Uganda National Agricultural Research Organization, and his colleagues, implemented a successful program that rid Lake...

The Hospital Superbugs

... improving the efficiency of the production of the biofuel butanol by C. acetobutylicum using metabolic engineering. Official figures show that 5000 people die from a healthcare-associated infection every year in the UK and tackling the super bugs costs the NHS 1bn a year. 1 in 12 of us will pick up an in...

Humans are Gobbling Up a Quarter of Nature's Resources, Reveals Study

...ctions, there will be four to fivefold increase in biofuel production, which would mean completely clearing what little remains of the Brazilian and Argentinean rainforests. Not only would this wipe out thousands of species, but would also have a devastating effect on the climate. "Unlike farmland, fore...

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