Cold-temperature algae strain shows biofuel promise

June 21, 2011 |

In Canada, a PhD student at the University of Sherbrooke is studying an algae that grows naturally in the St. Lawrence River as a possible feedstock for biodiesel because it has special properties that make it better withstand cold temperatures. The research is only six months into a three-year project but is already showing promising results.

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