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New technique promises cheaper second-generation biofuel for cars

Now scientists have a new technique that avoids the expensive enzymes
Producing second-generation biofuel from dead plant tissue is environmentally friendly — but it is also expensive because the process, as used today, needs expensive enzymes, and large companies dominate this market. Now scientists have a new technique that avoids the expensive enzymes. The production of second generation biofuels thus becomes cheaper, probably attracting many more producers and competition, and this may

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