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Scientists propose a more efficient way to make ethanol

Ethanol has taken its lumps as a fuel, both for its energy costs and its displacement effect on crops people eat. Now, researchers have found a new way to break down lignocellulose, the basic material of plants, which with more work may permit energy- and cost-effective use of crop waste as a fuel.

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