Biotechnologies and Clean Fuels
By Diego Lira and Ethan Roberts
History of Ethanol
This is a picture of corn. Corn is commonly used to make ethanol in the United States.
This is a picture of sugar beets. Sugar beets are commonly used in places outside the U.S. to make ethanol.
This is a picture of sugar cane. This is also commonly used to make ethanol outside the United States.
How to make Ethanol using a process called Dry Milling
What about the leftover Stillage?
What is Biodiesel?
Vegetable oil is a commonly used ingredient in biodiesel.
Animal fat is one of the main ingredients in making biodiesel.
Soybean oil is usually an important ingredient in making biodiesel.
History of Biodiesel
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