Posts Tagged ‘carbon dioxide’

Singapore researchers can transform CO2 into biofuel

Friday, April 17, 2009 0:19 No Comments

The scientists from Singapore claim that they have discovered a method through which the carbon dioxide can be transformed into methanol through a process that uses less energy than previous attempts. Researchers from the State Institute of Singapore for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology announced Thursday that they managed to include organic catalysts, non-toxic, into the ethanol [...]

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How to produce methane from carbon dioxide and water

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 1:47 1 Comment

A team of Penn State engineers have discovered how to produce methane from carbon dioxide and water. The engineers claim that this new process could convert electricity into methane, using methanogenic microorganisms commonly founded in dumps and marshes.

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Rocks could absorb CO2 more quickly

Tuesday, March 10, 2009 1:44 No Comments

Some rocks that are found in abundance on the east coast of United States could be “adapted” to absorb carbon dioxide with a rate that would slow climate change, argue the researchers from the Earth Institute at Columbia University. “In one day these could be an incredibly useful tool to combat climate change,” said Sam [...]

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A Company Said That It Can Cut The Cost Of Growing Algae By 95 Percent

Saturday, November 22, 2008 1:05 No Comments

The company which said that it can cut the the cost of algae production by 90 to 95 percent is called Solix Biofuels. For growth and food, algae needs carbon dioxide. Solix said that it has founded a way to reducing costs drastically by injecting CO2 inside the tank in a passive manner. Solix Biofuels [...]

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