New Podcast! Bioenergy Scientists Smell Potential in Waste-to-Energy Technology



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December 20, 2018

DOE Bioenergy Scientists Smell Potential in Waste-to-Energy Technology


Why does the latest Direct Current podcast episode from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) stink? Listen and find out as we wade into the world of bioenergy and learn about DOE scientists working to turn everyday noxious waste into useful energy. In this episode we discuss the science of making bioenergy from waste products such as coffee grounds, kitchen grease, raw sewage, and algae.

Join us for an enlightening adventure on waste-to-energy.


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