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-Include high octane/high ethanol Regular Grade fuel in EPA Tier 3 regulations.
-Use a dedicated, self-reducing non-renewable carbon user fee to fund renewable energy R&D.
-Start an Apollo-type program to bring New Ideas to sustainable biofuel and …

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Pacific Ethanol Wins DOE Cellulosic Energy Grant
January 30, 2008 – 4:42 pm | No Comment

U.S. Department of Energy has included Pacific Ethanol in a matching award totaling $24.32 million to build the first cellulosic ethanol demonstration plant in the Northwest United States.  The plant will employ a technology to …

20-30 Percent Ethanol Inproves Fuel Efficiency in Some Cars, MnCAR Discovers
January 30, 2008 – 6:40 am | No Comment

by Tim Krohn (Free Press/Minnesota State University)  When Bruce Jones and his colleagues began a study on how higher blends of ethanol would affect gas mileage, he expected to prove conventional wisdom true: The more …

Who is Driving the Biofuels and Biobased Products Industry?
January 10, 2008 – 2:00 pm | No Comment

One of the common frustrations that these leaders face is that the research and government organizations come to them for ideas or product samples, but instead of treating them as the drivers of innovation, they …

The Third Domain: The Untold Story of Archaea and the Future of Biotechnology
January 2, 2008 – 11:37 am | No Comment

(Science News)  Until 1977, the known classes of life included eukaryotes and bacteria. When microbiologist Carl Woese announced the discovery of a third class, most academics scoffed. Yet today, barely 30 years later, archaea are …