Dragster sets world speed record with biofuel

September 28, 2012 |

In Utah, Utah State University chemistry professor Lance Seefeldt set a land speed record for a one-liter, two-cylinder engine of 64.4 miles per hour, using a biodiesel fuel made from waste cheese. The team, which was profiled by NBC News, is reported to be exploring algae biofuels as well as fuels made by bacteria fro sunlight, CO2 and water.

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