Racing on Algal Fuel

Racing on Algal Fuel

Utah State University researcher Michael Morgan took his lab work to “World of Speed,” at the Bonneville Speedway, near Wendover, Utah, to show how an algae & safflower biodiesel blend in a small diesel…

USU races cars on algae/safflower biofuel blend

USU races cars on algae/safflower biofuel blend

Michael Anderson reports for Deseret News that Utah State University (USU) researchers used the Bonneville Salt Flats Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, to show how well a car fueled with 20 percent biofuel made of algae…

USU tests algae simulation around the world

USU tests algae simulation around the world

Biplab Das writes in NatureAsia that researchers from Utah State University (USU) have developed a model that simulates algae growth and their lipid productivity at various global locations using…

Utah algae testbed facility opens

Utah State University and the Logan City (Utah) Environmental Department have collaborated to develop a testbed facility where research and testing is being conducted utilizing algae-based engineering…

USU Study Shows Algae Beats Soybean for Biodiesel

Green Car Congress reports that biodiesel derived from microalgae, yeast, and bacteria can effectively outperform both petroleum diesel and biodiesel produced from plant oils…

Algae at Utah State

Algae at Utah State

Researchers at the Energy Dynamics Lab at Utah State University discuss methods being developed at the school to create a cost-effective biofuel made from algae…

Utah State Moves Algae Research to Oil and Gas Center

Researchers at Utah State University have moved an algal biofuels project from USU’s Logan campus to Vernal, Utah, the heart of the state’s oil and natural gas industry, according to Geiff Liesek of Deseret…

Back to Algae School

Back to Algae School

The head of the Biological Engineering Department at Utah State University shows what their biological engineering students are doing with algae to transform waste into bioenergy chemicals and other bioproducts, in the interests…