Today’s Solutions: July 21, 2024

For years corn and soybeans have been touted as possible alternatives to dirty diesel fuel, but until now, nobody has figured out how to make biofuel from these crops in a cheap, sustainable manner. That’s why researchers from the University of Michigan are turning to algae. Unlike corn or soybeans, algae not only grows quickly but can also be grown anywhere—at a cheap price. Now the researchers have zeroed in on the type of algae that can be used to make a high-performance fuel that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent.

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