Purdue University: DOE Career Award to Help Scientists Use Giraffe Dung to Make Biofuels
[TNSscienceresearch] -- Purdue University issued the following news release:
People use enzymes to create fuels from plants, fungi to produce antimalarial drugs, and E. coli bacteria to generate life-saving insulin. These systems are attractive because they are sustainable and rely on renewable plant biomass, but they are still wildly inefficient.
Kevin Solomon, a Purdue assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, plans to improve the efficiency ...