Biofuel breakthrough by scientists at University of York

The University of York


SCIENTISTS from the University of York are part of a team of researchers which has discovered enzymes in fungi capable of breaking down one of the main components of wood.

The enzymes could now potentially be used to sustainably convert wood biomass into valuable chemical commodities such as biofuels.


Source: The Press

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