NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The US Departments of Energy and Agriculture yesterday said they have awarded $8.3 million to fund 11 research projects to use genomics and proteomics technology to study certain plant species for their ability to develop biofuels.
The agencies said that these studies will “provide the scientific foundation to facilitate and accelerate the use of woody plant tissue for bioenergy and biofuel.”
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