A recent analysis of Postia placenta’s genome, secretome and transcritome, may pave ways for better biofuel productions in the future. Postia placenta, also known as brown rot, can decompose plant, specifically wooden material rapidly. In the recent scientific study, the international group of scientists found a system of extracellular enzymes that occurs uniquely in the [...]

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Jonathan on November 5th, 2008

The Electric Mini E is looking for lease-holders! Check out the story at the Mini Car Blog — it’s great news for electric car lovers! A quick excerpt: “The car will depend on lithium-ion battery which will propel the front wheels by transferring the energy through a gearbox without producing any sound and emissions. The [...]

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Jonathan on September 24th, 2008

I’ve gotten quite a few e-mails asking me about what kind of alt fuel the mini in our header image is packing…. Well, it’s a Hydrogen Mini using BMW’s CleanEnergy technology! I wouldn’t mind driving one of these…

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