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UT Researchers Create Sustainable Crude Oil from City Waste
University of Texas researchers have demonstrated a patent-pending process that turns City of Austin biowaste into sustainable crude oil. It’s a process that mimics the natural formation of crude oil, only faster.

Disruptive Technology Unveiled at the 2013 Algae Biomass Organization Conference
Dr. Rhykka Connelly of the Center for Electromechanics and Dr. Halil Berberoglu of the Cockrell School of Engineering announced their patent-pending Solar Driven Hydrothermal Liquefaction (SD-HTL) process

UT-ASTF Offers New Analytical Services

The Biology Building at the University of Texas at Austin houses one of the University’s most exceptional collections

Scientists at the University of Texas are making breakthroughs
With the price of gas still putting a serious dent in your pocketbook, the search for alternatives to fossil fuel is a priority for researchers.

UT Leads Algae Research Through Commercialization, Collaboration
There are few places in the world more equipped at providing these answers and harnessing the potential of algae than The University of Texas at Austin.

UT Researchers Breaking New Ground in Biofuels
YNN explaining how researchers at the university and the Cockrell School are searching for alternatives to fossil fuels.

Tiny Algae Could Be a Big Source of Power
The Biology Building at the University of Texas at Austin houses one of the University’s most exceptional collections. Not books or art or dinosaurs. This is the Algae Culture Collection.

U.T. researchers breaking new ground in biofuels
Scientists at the University of Texas are making breakthroughs which could turn a common species of green algae named Chlorella into the newest source of diesel fuel for cars and trucks. The process is called “lysing." YNN Austin.

A look at OpenAlgae’s mobile algae oil extraction system
UT spinoff company OpenAlage video documenting first-of-its-kind mobile algae processing unit.

STUDY DETERMINES THEORETICAL ENERGY BENEFITS AND POTENTIAL ALGAE FUELS
December 10, 2012: Microalgae have been widely reported as a promising renewable source of biofuels, mainly based on reports of high productivity of biomass and lipids

 
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