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      • Hydrogen
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        href="http://www.renewableenergyaccess.com/rea/news/story?id=41517">Danish Researchers Discover New Hydrogen Storage Method
        - An interdisciplinary team at the Technical University of Denmark (Amminex) has developed a hydrogen tablet that enables storage and transport of hydrogen in compact, solid form. Safe enough you could carry it around in your pocket, it involves an ammonia chemical process. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 11) (Slashdot discussion)
      • Biofuel
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        href="http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/2006-01-10-algae-powerplants_x.htm">Algae That Cleans Emissions and Produces Fuel
        - Isaac Berzin, a rocket scientist at MIT, has come up with an idea for using algae to clean up power-plant exhaust. Algae farms near power plants would reduce CO2 and nitrous oxide emissions, filtered through the algae. Then the CO2-saturated algae is harvested and squeezed to produce a combustible vegetable oil (biodiesel) and a dried green substance that can be further processed into ethanol. (USA Today; Jan. 10) (Slashdot discussion)
      • Biofuel
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        href="http://starbulletin.com/2006/01/11/business/story02.html">Hawaii Research Shows Algae Promising as Biofuel
        - Barry Raleigh is doing research into making diesel fuel out of algae. Finding a viable way to replace petroleum will be a major topic at a biotech summit in Waikiki. (Star Bulletin; Jan. 11)
       

       
       
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