Biofuels: The Science of Creating Greener Energy

Oct. 22 at 8 p.m.
Higher gasoline prices, dependence on foreign oil, and concerns about global warming have placed biofuels in the spotlight. However, no one thinks that turning food crops into fuel is going to quench our thirst for fossil fuels. Not enough land is available. Explore innovative, interdisciplinary research efforts focused on discovering new sources of biofuels and efficient ways to make them a feasible, long-term solution to our energy needs.



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