EPA Gives Integrated Genomics $70K Grant to Build Better Bugs for Butanol Biofuel | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Integrated Genomics has received a $70,000 small business innovation research grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop techniques to improve butanol production.
Butanol is a biofuel that offers some advantages to ethanol, IG said.
Integrated Genomics is working to lower the effects of solvent toxicity on important microbes that die in the butanol production process.

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