Microbiofuels

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Microbiofuels are next generation biofuels produced by microorganisms like bacteria, cyanobacteria, microalgae, fungi, etc. The term was first defined by Asen Nenov at TEDxBG event on 9 January, 2010.[1][2]

  • Microbiofuels uses state of the art biotechnologies for biofuel production;
  • Microbiofuels technology implements high yield production methods based microbiorefineries, i.e. microorganisms placed in specific environment;
  • Microbiofuel technology could be used for recycling industrial waste, incl. gaseous waste as carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, etc., and producing valuable biofuels by biotransformation.

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