Tag: Pyrococcus furiosus

Biofuels from a raging fireball? No fossil energy, no light, no biomass, no sugars. No kidding.

Biofuels from a raging fireball? No fossil energy, no light, no biomass, no sugars. No kidding.

March 29, 2013 |

Researchers unleash the prospect of fuels from the raging fireball known as Pyrococcus furiosus. Imagine a world where instead of creating CO2 as an emission from burning fuels, you could make fuels from the emissions, the CO2. And could do so in a way that bypasses the production of biomass and the extraction of fermentable […]

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