University of Georgia | Scientists develop ‘super’ yeast to turn pine trees into ethanol for biofuels
November 27, 2011
University of Georgia | Researchers at the University of Georgia have developed a “super strain” of yeast that can efficiently ferment ethanol from pretreated pine — one of the most common species of tree in Georgia and the U.S. Their research could help biofuels replace gasoline as a transportation fuel.
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