Switchgrass Shows Promise as Next-Gen Cellulosic Biofuel

Read the full story in R&D Magazine.

Researchers from Colorado State University (CSU) have found that switchgrass–a non-edible native grass– would have a low carbon footprint if used as a biofuel.

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