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Can Algae Replace Oil Wells? Craig Venter And Exxon Take A Step Toward Saying ‘Yes’

11:01 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Forbes

Think of them as Sumo wrestler algae: fat, but also fit. It’s fat (more correctly, lipids) that can be made into biofuels, which, if they were as cheap as petroleum, would yield untold ecological advantages. But how do you make algae better at making fat?

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