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Bacteria Made Gasoline
"Good news petrol-heads! Looks like the future of gasoline-powered engines won’t be limited to the underground black-gold deposits. Some scientists managed to make an almost identical chemical compound to gasoline from genetically modified bacteria. Even though fuel similar to gasoline was obtained from bacteria in the past, it was never a good option, as engines were clogging up by premature gum deposits on their components. John Love, scientist at the University of Exeter, UK, manag..." Continue Reading →
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