Biofuel

Biofuel

A new study suggests that glucose-powered biofuel cells could help power implantable medical devices. This research was carried out by researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology in collaboration with Korea University. Pacemakers and other sensor components are prime examples of such implantable devices that can be powered with cotton fibers. More Details About the New Biofuel Powered Medical Implants Researchers from the institutions made use of electrodes derived from cotton

Scholars Devise Economical and More Effective Way to Produce Biofuel

A group of researchers from the University of Calgary has devised a way to develop a more stable and better quality fuel from biowaste. The process is cleaner and simpler than most existing methods used to produce fuel from biowaste. The process, also more economical than other methods, could help make biofuel more easily available and a good substitute to fossil fuels. Presently, biofuel is generated from biowaste with the