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Biofuel from seaweed investigated by Scottish Association for Marine Sciences (SAMS).

December 18th, 2008 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel-Research

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The Scottish Association for Marine Sciences (SAMS) in Oban will lead the research, in partnership with Queens University Belfast and the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and the Institutes of Technology in Dundalk and Sligo in Ireland.

They aim to demonstrate if locally produced biofuels can be made from seaweed and algae, as an alternative to land-based plants. Work will get underway in early 2009.Previous research by SAMS indicated that extracting energy from seaweed is a particularly efficient and reliable method of producing green energy.

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