Cornell University professor Larry Walker and a team of his graduate students are experimenting with a new way to break down solid biomass waste into organic chemicals and auto fuel. The team seeks to substitute biomass for petroleum. Professor Walker says there is enough biomass waste available to create all of the organic chemicals used in the U.S. and have enough left over to convert to auto fuel. Despite the fact that biomass is cheaper than oil, the expense of converting the waste ...
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