Iowa researchers seek marketable fuels from biomass by 2022

Researchers at Iowa State University are working to produce biocrude and other products from biomass at prototype pyrolysis and gasification plants in Ames, Iowa. "What makes this facility one of a kind is that it isn't limited to a single biomass, but can take all biomass products for conversion to fuels," said Robert Brown, director of the Iowa State University Bioeconomy Institute. The project seeks to yield a marketable product by 2022, Brown added.

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