DOE to Pump $375M to Drive Three Systems Bio Biofuel Research Centers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Department of Energy plans to pump as much as $375 million to help create three Bioenergy Research Centers that will use biomolecular technology, including genomic tools, to develop cost-effective biofuels from cellulosic ethanol, the DOE said today.
 

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