U.S. military collaborates with Swedish biofuels firm, making tomorrow's jet fuel from trees

In a recent trip through Sweden, we caught the news that the U.S. military has sealed a deal with a small Swedish biofuels company, descriptively named Swedish Biofuels. According to the national broadcasting company Sveriges television (SVT), the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has invested 50 mil...

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