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Grant boosts UWSP bio-fuel research

8:32 PM, Jul. 9, 2013
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Research at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point could spark a brand new industry in Wisconsin.

UWSP's Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Technology and their partners at C5.6 Technologies received a $224,292 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue developing a bacteria that will turn sugar into isoprene - a molecule used to make jet fuel, tires and other products.

Eric Singsaas, WIST director of research, said the money will support the second part of a two-part process that ultimately reduces greenhouses gas emissions and dependence on petroleum. He said WIST ...

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