Matthew Wald spotlights some cool innovation on the biofuels front:

The company, Joule Unlimited of Cambridge, Mass., has developed several patented gene-altered organisms that absorb sunlight and carbon dioxide and combine these into hydrocarbons. The organisms – basically single-celled plants – live in a panel that vaguely resembles a solar photovoltaic one.

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