An Oak Ridge team links plant performance and genetics, seeking a food-biofuel balance in a changing climate.
An Arizona State University scientist mines supercomputer simulations of protein dynamics for biological energy-conversion principles.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory-University of Tennessee team hopes to ease the path from vegetation to biofuel.
Large-scale computing proves an important tool for testing hypotheses about cellulose-derived fuels.
Computational models search for economical ways to convert lignocellulose, the woody material in plant stems and leaves, into ethanol fuel.
Deploying massive computer resources to convert stems and leaves to sugars for fuel.