Startup and MSU look into heat-tolerant bacteria's biofuel potential

02/18/2013 | Biofuels-News.com (U.K.)

Sustainable Bioproducts is partnering with Montana State University to study the biofuel potential of heat-tolerant bacteria from Yellowstone National Park that convert cellulose in algae into oil. "The most important part of our research now is to test the technology further and investigate the feasibility of using this organism to produce biofuels and other products," said company founder Mark Kozubal. The National Science Foundation awarded an initial grant of $150,000 to the venture.

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