Gene Scientists Turn Waste Into Fuel

Where there’s muck, there’s gas. Scientists have created genetically modified yeasts and fungi that can turn agricultural waste into fuel for cars and trucks. In future we may take to the roads in vehicles powered by left over plant remains. The technology — created with European Union money — uses corn stubble and other farm waste as basic ingredients for making ethanol. This can then be used as a substitute for petrol

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