Scientists here are turning trash to treasure by transforming unwanted farming byproducts into fuel.
The National University of Singapore researchers have discovered how to isolate and harness a naturally occurring bacterium from mushroom crop residue. This is then used to convert cellulose, a plant-based material, to biobutanol, which can replace petrol in car engines.
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