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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