Hawaii awards $200,000 grant to USDA, BioTork project

April 8, 2013 |

In Hawaii, the state has invested $200,000 in a papaya-based biofuels program. The grant, coming from the state’s Department of Agriculture, has been awarded to the USDA’s Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center, who has teamed up with BioTork Hawaii. The process uses algae and fungi, and will be scaled up to a pilot facility before reaching commercial production.

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