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January 24, 2008

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Biofuelsimon

This seems to remind me of MIT's approach, that uses GM e.coli to produce the butanol. i would be interested in the patent position around the microorganisms.

Cyril R.

The question is, is it better than BTL gasoline?

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More complete combustion is also a renewable energy. That's exactly the life cycle and is the concept of energy that is friendly to nature also other living beings

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This is definitely the future for liquid fuel,The greener the better for me.

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I am not familiar with Washington U, do they do a lot of research like this there?

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New path to butanol would be great!

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If butanol is better than ethanol then we should definitely focus on making more of it.

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Is this the method that is currently most popular to produce butanol?

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How is this a different procedure than what is already being used?

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So they have to send it to St. Louis and then to Peoria? That seems a big of a hassle.

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The new President will have to embrace this exact plan if the United States is to avoid economic catastrophe.

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