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Published December 05, 2012, 12:00 AM


Charcoal-like fuel briquettes made from an invasive aquatic plant could help solve some serious environmental issues in West Africa. The technology, developed at UMD’s NRRI, also could be used to make fuel from Minnesota biomass such as farming and forestry waste. (Photo courtesy of Natural Resources Research Institute)
Read the article: Scientists in Duluth working to solve some of West Africa's vexing problems