A new analysis from Argonne National Laboratory shows the potential of an algae fractionation process to produce renewable diesel fuel with 63–68 percent lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than conventional diesel.
Researchers have mixed different genetic varieties of switchgrass on production-size plots, hypothesizing this could increase yield, produce a fuller crop and potentially reducing the crop's vulnerability to weather fluctuations.
Using GPUs in supercomputers can make things more complicated for the researchers simply trying to run their code, according to Argonne National Labs’ (ANL) deputy division director Susan Coghlan.
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A press release from rating agency Fitch hints at the possibility that increasing turbulence in the subprime finance sector -which caters to borrowers with less-than-pristine credit histories - may not be limited to housing-related...
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