Friday, January 28, 2011 - 00:40 in Physics & Chemistry
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers looking for better ways to make biofuels turned to experts at breaking down grass -- cattle -- and found more than a dozen new compounds in their guts that might help make new, cheap sources of energy.
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