Scientists create high-energy biofuel for rockets and other aerospace applications via engineered bacteria

By CleanTechnica
Monday, March 31, 2014 6:53 EDT
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High-Energy Biofuel For Rockets, Missiles, And Other Aerospace Applications, Via Engineered Bacteria (via Clean Technica)

A high-energy biofuel — potentially capable of replacing or supplementing expensive missile fuels, such as JP10 — has been created via the use of a genetically engineered bacterium by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Joint…

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