Algae-fueled bioreactor shows promise as synthetic natural gas producer
September 14, 2012 Editor 0
(Phys.org)—Technology developed at EPFL and the Paul Scherrer Institute to transform microorganisms into methane gas will be presented at the Swiss Energy and Climate Summit taking place this week in Bern. The technology could play a role in the future sustainable production of biosynthetic natural gas.
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