Researchers continue to develop algae strains for fuels production

After a powerful wave of early funding for algae to fuel startups, unrealistic expectations, technical bottlenecks, and lack of commercial progress have deteriorated investor's hopes for this feedstock (see the report "Hedging Bets with Flexibility in Alternative Fuels"). However, research organizat...

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