Clostridium thermocellum can metabolize CO2.
The Navy's "Great Green Fleet" initiative seeks to increase the use of alternative fuels, but politics, economics, and chemistry make its bet on biofuel look like a long shot.
Take a video tour of the UCLA lab that wants to power the future with feces.
Rising sea levels, food shortages, disease and more.
Beer, fueling your car and social life since 2015.
United will be the first domestic airline to use alternative fuels, taking a major step toward cutting down carbon pollution in the industry.
The stuff we think of as pond scum could be the secret to fixing food scarcity and fuel security, but not until algae systems are less expensive and more efficient.
Maybe prepare yourself to hear, "I'm going down to the vase tunicate station for some smokes."
There have been some seriously harebrained proposals put forward to build algae biofuel plants in water-stressed areas.