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An inexpensive catalytic conversion of fructose to HMF for the production of chemicals, materials, and fuels using renewable resources.

Development of biocatalyst for efficient production of 2,3-butanediol from renewable, cellulosic materials.

An electrochemical process on a metal electrode catalyst is used to produce alcohols such as ethanol, ethylene, propanol, acetic acid, ethane, and formic acid from the direct conversion of carbon dioxide.

Method for generating a new strain of C. celluloveorans, capable of producing n-butanol directly from crystalline cellulose to improve the current environmental and energy crisis.

A genetically engineered bacteria pathway, directed to selectively generate butanol over competing by-products.