Thermotolerant Yeast Allows Production Of Cheaper, Greener Ethanol

October 3, 2014 12:31 PM

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A mutation could allow yeast to grow in higher-than-normal temperatures, paving the way for it to be more easily manufactured as vehicle fuel. The residual waste from the process could also potentially be used as a raw material, making it greener from a climate perspective.

A mutation could allow yeast to grow in higher-than-normal temperatures, paving the way for it to be more easily manufactured as vehicle fuel. The residual waste from the process could also potentially be used as a raw material, making it greener from a climate perspective.

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