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Two grants to ASU for transformational research will help change the way the U.S. generates and consumes energyTags: arizona state university, biodesign institute, biofuel
[Source: ASU] - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded Arizona State University two grants for alternative energy research that are part of a special DOE program to pursue high-risk, high-reward advances with the potential to change the way the nation generates and consumes energy.
ASU’s grants, totaling more than $10 million, are among 37 new DOE grants totaling $151 million to support the program.
ASU’s grants are for work on a new class of high-performance metal-air batteries and the use of photosynthetic bacteria to produce automotive fuel from a combination of sunlight, water and carbon dioxide.
Now available: “Action and Impact," a 2014 report on the grant programs and activities of the Flinn Foundation in Arizona biosciences, civic leadership, arts and culture, and the Flinn Scholars program.