Researchers have discovered an enzyme that can help yield more bioethanol from an organic waste material, saving land for food production and making green fuels cheaper.

In 10 seconds? Here’s an exciting find: an enzyme generated by a gene in microorganisms living in the waters of the Amazon is capable of turning more of sugarcane bagasse, a waste product, into useful bioethanol.

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