Iowa State researchers are makin' ethanol the moldy way
Researchers hope to improve on their small-scale success, making more ethanol from the same amount of corn fibers and to test the mold on other byproducts of corn processing. The best part for the ethanol industry, van Leeuwen said in the press release that, "We're not using harsh chemicals, high temperatures, high pressure or expensive enzymes to do this."
[Source: Iowa State via The Energy Blog]
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