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Synthego: Transforming the energy sector with CRISPR

New technology is required to increase bioenergy production. CRISPR may be the answer.

Nov 13, 2019
The Scientist Creative Services Team

Currently, bioenergy meets only 10% of the world's energy demands. However, scientists are using CRISPR-modified algae and bacteria to produce biofuels, which could alter the energy sector's landscape.

To learn more about CRISPR and biofuels visit: www.synthego.com/blog/crispr-bioenergy

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