13 minutes into his Ted Talk (see video below), Dr. Craig Venter says fourth generation fuels, that is, biofuels made by bacteria from C02, are just 18 months away. The systems might work with sequestered CO2 and possibly even solar energy. What are the "modest goals" of this project?
Got too much CO2 hanging around your place? Don't be embarrassed, it's a common problem. Now, according to this article at Physorg.com, genome mapper Dr. Craig Venter thinks there is a solution which will not only rid you of your old gas but also give you new fuel you can run your shuttle on. Hooray!
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