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From LBL: "Going to Extremes for Enzymes"

Berkeley Lab

August 29, 2014
Lynn Yarris (510) 486-5375

In the age-old nature versus nurture debate, Douglas Clark, a faculty scientist with Berkeley Lab and the… 707 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Not just any old bioenergy (Day 74)

Ten per cent of the world’s primary energy supply in 2009 came from biomass. Demand for bioenergy is expected to grow three-fold by 2050. But does it matter where this bioenergy comes from? 673 more words

Geoff Maitland

From Berkeley Lab: "How Sweet It Is: New Tool for Characterizing Plant Sugar Transporters Developed at Joint BioEnergy Institute"

Berkeley Lab

July 28, 2014
Lynn Yarris

A powerful new tool that can help advance the genetic engineering of “fuel” crops for clean, green and renewable… 813 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Working with Chi - Sensing it, building it, exploring it

This blog is not so much a ‘how to’ (though I do include some tips) but rather a sharing of my experience with “Chi” and related questions I am exploring.   1,853 more words


Can We Grow Our Own Electricity?

Viaspace, a producer of renewable Giant King Grass as a low carbon fuel for electricity generation, has signed a supply contract with bioenergy project developer ReSource Bioenergy to supply its energy grass for bioenergy projects in Jamaica through its affiliate Jamaica Bioenergy. 479 more words


Biomass Energy Calculator (UK)

Considering using North American woody biomass for renewable electricity production? From next year, generators who fail to comply with UK government sustainability criteria will lose financial support. 588 more words

HSE Resources

Science or propaganda? New hype about Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage | Hands Off Mother Earth

They assumed that all biomass is carbon neutral[1]. Amongst those scientists who have studied the carbon impacts of bioenergy, there is a now effectively a consensus that bioenergy is not in principle carbon neutral and that soil carbon losses, carbon emissions from direct and indirect land conversion and the time-delay between carbon emissions from burning wood and future carbon sequestration by new trees must be accounted for. 147 more words