Microbubbles appear set to provide a new boost to the rapidly growing biofuels production sector

Biofuels

A solution to the difficult issue of harvesting algae for use as a biofuel has been developed using microbubble technology pioneered at the University of Sheffield in the UK. The technique builds on previous research in which microbubbles were used to improve the way algae is cultivated.

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