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Live area 7.5119 inches wide 6.6484 inches tall Fat, fit, fantastic fuel Algae are a great potential source of biofuel. ExxonMobil and SGI scientists may have taken a critical first step in making algae a real part of our future energy mix…
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In nature, algae don ’ t produce enough fat, making them too “ skinny ” to be used in Large- scale biofuels production.
Scientists had to engineer algae to convert more carbon to energy-rich fat. The algae had to get “ fatter ” to be more fit for fuels, while still growing and reproducing like natural algae
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SGI and ExxonMobil ’ s break- through develops algae that are able to store more than twice as much fat than in nature — without stunting growth and reproduction.
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