Biofuels derived from algae have the potential move the nation ever closer to energy independence. Biofuels from microalgae have many merits, such as significant high oil productivity, CO2 recycling and non-food based feedstock sources. Join us as we discuss the research behind the technical challenges of this new resource and look ahead to the potential of long-term production.
Biomass energy; Microalgae
Chemistry | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Sustainability
Biological, chemical and engineering research to study the viability for an algal biofuel economy in Southern Nevada.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/hrc_lectures_events/3