Texas A&M AgriLife Research scores grant to research use of waste products from cellulosic biofuel production

October 16, 2018 |

In Texas, a $2.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office to Texas A&M AgriLife Research will help researchers investigate potential discoveries for waste products used in lignocellulosic biofuel production, turning them into valuable agents used in producing commercial products such as biodiesel and asphalt binding agents. Their work will include developing an integrated biorefinery program or “a blueprint for future biorefinery development.” AgriLife Research is leading the project, while working with subcontracting companies and other institutions including ICM Inc. in Washington State and the University of Tennessee.

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