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Sewage Sludge Leads to Biofuels Breakthrough

News   Mar 27, 2018 | Original Story by Christina Procopiou for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

 
Sewage Sludge Leads to Biofuels Breakthrough

This lake in Berkeley, California was one source of the toluene-producing enzyme (phenylacetate decarboxylase) discovered in the JBEI study. Credit: Chickmarkley.

 
 
 

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