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Bioenergy and Biofuels

Arizona State University scientists are developing cyanobacteria and algae as sources of environmentally friendly fuel that is efficiently produced by solar energy conversion. Unlike other biofuels, ASU’s production processes can be carried out in closed systems on barren lands, saving farmland for food production, avoiding increases in food prices and saving water resources.

Learn more about bioenergy and biofuel research at ASU.

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