Chinese academy inks deal with ROK university on algae biodiesel research
A Chinese science academy in east China's Shandong Province has clinched a deal to introduce photobioreactor technology from Chosun University in the Republic of Korea (ROK) to aid the former's research on mass producing oil-rich algae for biodiesel production.
Yang Hetong, head of the bio-research institute with the Shandong Provincial Academy of Sciences, said Friday the cooperation project was hoped to lead to more than 1,000 square meters of algae cultivation in two years...
UCF Developing Green Jet Fuel of the Future
Algae-based biofuel could someday power commercial jets, courtesy of the University of Central Florida and its New Mexico partner.
Engineers at UCF and New Mexico State University are collaborating on a $2.4 million grant from the United States Air Force Research Laboratory to develop the fuel, which would save airlines money and reduce planes’ impact on the environment...This message has been edited. Last edited by: clean and green,
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