2/28/2012

The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California is researching the possibility of using tobacco for biofuel. "We want to bypass downstream processes like fermentation and produce fuels directly in the crop," said biochemist Christer Jansson. "After the biomass is crushed, we could extract the hydrocarbon molecules, and crack them into shorter molecules, creating gasoline, diesel or jet fuel."

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