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'Offshore Cultivation of Tropical Macro-Algae for Production of Aviation Jet Fuel' project launched in Malaysia

[Malaysia] The Aerospace Malaysia Innovation Centre (AMIC) has inked a memorandum of understanding with four universities for research and technology collaboration in the production of sustainable aviation jet fuel. Continue reading 'Offshore Cultivation of Tropical Macro-Algae for Production of Aviation Jet Fuel' project launched in Malaysia

Microalgae set to fuel our cars by 2018

[USA] A study done by the Smithsonian in 2013 found that out “of all the clean energy options in development, it is algae-based biofuel that most closely resembles the composition of the crude oil that gets pumped out from beneath the sea bed.” Continue reading Microalgae set to fuel our cars by 2018

Algae, Food Waste And Beef Fat Will Be Making Airplanes Soar

[USA] What do beef tallow and manure have in common with t-shirts and pine needles? Turns out you can make high-quality, low-carbon transportation fuel with all of them. A growing number of biofuel producers are teaming up with Continue reading Algae, Food Waste And Beef Fat Will Be Making Airplanes Soar

Newtown Creek Shows Signs Of Poop-Fueled “Superfood”

Since the start of spring, bright green patches have mysteriously appeared on Newtown Creek, the moat of man-made filth separating Brooklyn and Queens.

One sample, bucketed up off the Greenpoint side shortly after the first sighting on March 22, was revealed Continue reading Newtown Creek Shows Signs Of Poop-Fueled “Superfood”