uanews — January 27, 2010 — UA researchers believe that algae will be providing fuel to power vehicles within the next five years. Joel Cuello, UA professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, said algae has been proven as a renewable source of fuels like ethanol, biodiesel and hydrogen, and his research team is working on ways to make such algae biofuels cheaper and commercially feasible.

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