Mert Erdemir of Interesting Engineering writes on a breakthrough for algae biofuels.
- Researchers at Texas A&M have have found a way to produce 43.3 grams per square meter per day of algae biomass, beating previous records, by using artificial intelligence and an outdoor pond system.
- Ethanol is the most used biomass in America, but can take time to produce.
- This algae breakthrough could make biofuels more cost-competitive and rapidly deployable in the United States and abroad.
Read the full article here.