DOE awards $36 million to six projects, indicating life past cellulosic ethanol

Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced "up to" $36 million to support six bio-based fuel and chemical producers. Specifically, the awards were doled out as follows: General Atomics awarded up to $2 million for algal fermentation; Genomatica awarded up to $5 million to produce 1,4-b...

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