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Bio Fertilizer Project - Rhykka Connelly

U.T. researchers breaking new ground in biofuels

Great Ideas on Energy: Artificial Photosynthesis, Algal Fuel, Hybrid Ships
A century ago, The University of Texas was built on energy. Some sources may have changed, but as these brilliant innovations prove, UT is still charging ahead.

Dr. Robert Hebner was interviewed by the Seattle Times regarding the recent entry of Matrix Genetics in the algae biofuel production from algae. Story provided by SeattleTimes.

Bio Fertilizer Project - Rhykka Connelly

U.T. researchers breaking new ground in biofuels- Story by YNN Austin

Come on a journey to the J.J. Pickle research campus and learn about their potentially ground healing discovery...an organic fertilizer made from algal bio-mass! Video provided by University of Texas Environmental Science Institute

 
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