Mar. 6, 2012 - The Argonne National Laboratory has received a
Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for a technology improving the
processing of biomass feedstocks into biofuels and chemicals.
According to an article in Renewable Energy Focus, the research created resin wafer
electrodeionisation technology, which removes charged particles and thus significantly reduces the cost of
"The implications of this resin wafer electrodeionisation technology are both positive and exciting,” says Seth Snyder, the biochemical engineer who developed the technology.
For the full article, see Renewable Energy Focus.