NREL researchers are discovering how a certain type of bacteria known as a methanotroph
eats methane and converts it to valuable product precursors.
Read more about methanotrophic metabolism
NREL gains new insights on the specific functions of small sugars that microbes attach
to their enzymes with an aim to improving biomass-degrading enzyme performance.
Read more about the glycosylation findings
NREL develops sustainable route to produce acrylonitrile and carbon fibers via nitrilation,
offering a cost-effective alternative to conventional petrochemical production.
Read more about renewable acrylonitrile
NREL Issues RFI on Integrated Biorefinery Research Facility Services and Capabilities
October 3, 2011
Science & Industry Peers Turn to NREL for Biomass Solutions
June 2, 2011
NREL's Bioenergy research supports the U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office and the Office of Science.
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