Utilizing Zebra Microbes Capable Of Breaking Down Cellulose & Converting It To Biofuel

David Mullin, a Tulane microbiologist is collecting manure from giraffes and other exotic ruminants at Audubon Zoo, a few blocks from his laboratory.

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Producing Low Cost Biofuels From Bacteria That Is More Commercially Viable

Researchers have developed a process in producing low cost, renewable biofuels from bacteria. They have reprogrammed photosynthetic microbes to secrete high-energy fats, making byproduct recovery and conversion to bio-fuels easier and potentially more commercially viable.

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Survey Discovers How Complex And Enormous Marine Life Underneath The Sea

A survey has been set out to find the unexplored depth of the ocean, of what it is in store for there now and in the future.

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Seabed Creatures That Thrive On Petrochemicals

There’s an interesting discovery by oceanographers a bizarre ecosystems luxuriant with clams, mussels and big tube worms in the deep seabed where it was once thought an underwater lifeless desert, a dark abyss deprived of sunlight.

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