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Media Advisory 08-032 - Video
Randy Cortright describes a process that turns sugar, into gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.

Randy Cortright, CTO of Virent Energy Systems, was a recipient of an NSF Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to develop a process for generating hydrogen and hydrocarbon fuels from biomass. In this short video, Cortright describes a new iteration of the process that seems promising for ultimate commercialization, a key goal of the SBIR program.

Credit: Virent Energy Systems, Inc.

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