See a free algae biodiesel presentation in San Fran on the 9th

Maria " Girl Mark" Alovert is promoting a biodiesel-related slideshow presentation/lecture in San Francisco that will delve deep into the possibilities of using algae to make the biofuel. The class will be taught by algae researcher Jon Meuser, Ph.D. Candidate in the Division of Environmental Science and Engineering, Colorado School of Mines on January 9th from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Artists' Television Access. The best part: it's free.

Meuser not only researches biological fuel production, he's also a biodiesel homebrewer and is a co-organizer of the Biodiesel Co-op's Conference. Alovert writes that Meuser's current research is on the natural biodiversity of photosynthetic fuel production by algae, including hydrogen and lipids.

If you're interested in attending send an email to [classregistration] @ [girlmark] . [com] (remove the brackets) or just show up. No RSVP required.

[Source: Maria "Girl Mark" Alovert]

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