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From a strange brew, cheaper fuel

That is goal as company tries to simplify ethanol production via bioengineering

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By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / November 3, 2008

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LEBANON, N.H. - What does it take to brew a tank of biofuel? At the Mascoma Corp. lab, the recipe might include a dash of enzymes from termite guts, elephant stomach mixed with yeast, a load of pulverized switch grass or paper sludge, and a few days of fermentation. (Full article: 917 words)

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