Brewer announces $4 million investmen...

Brewer announces $4 million investment in algae fuels research

There are 1 comment on the AZCentral.com story from Sep 28, 2010, titled Brewer announces $4 million investment in algae fuels research. In it, AZCentral.com reports that:

Gov. Jan Brewer and the director of Science Foundation Arizona this morning told assembled scientists from around the world that Arizona will become a center for research and production for algae fuels.

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#1 Sep 29, 2010
Major University Admits Hard Science
Problems Relating to Algae Have Been Solved

Arizona State University Senior Vice President Rick Shangraw recenty said "…algae will “deliver soon” because…most of the hard science problems science problems regarding algae have been solved…Now…it’s largely an engineering problem."

The real question is: Does the DOE really want to get off of foreign oil or do they want to keep algae researchers employed at universities?

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