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Biocrude in one minute | MconneX | MichEpedia

11/28/2012

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In one minute, U-M scientists can convert algae into biocrude -- a process that takes decades in nature. With the advancement of this technology, Chemical Engineering Professor Phil Savage hopes that humans will be able to grown and harvest our own energy sources rather than using the current hunter gatherer method of drilling.

In one minute, U-M scientists can convert algae into biocrude -- a process that takes decades in nature. With the advancement of this technology, Chemical Engineering Professor Phil Savage hopes that humans will be able to grown and harvest our own energy sources rather than using the current hunter-gatherer method of drilling.

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