In a high-octane twist to making lemonade when life hands you lemons, a California company has developed the technology to make biofuel from beetle-killed lodgepole pines. Commercial production of butanol from timber promises to provide a clean-burning bio-fuel that offers several advantages over ethanol made from corn.
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