The Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) Bioprose: Bioenergy R&D Blog is a key resource for scientific information on the U.S. bioeconomy. The blog posts provide technical knowledge that shows how BETO sustainably develops biofuels, biopower, and bioproducts. Each blog will also communicate how researchers are making progress in enhancing U.S. energy security and competitive advantage.

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3 Ways the Catalyst Property Database Can Accelerate Biofuels Research
January 12, 2022
Perhaps worse than reinventing the wheel is being forced to reinvent the wheel. Unfortunately, that has been a reality for many scientists working to develop catalysts used to upgrade waste or biomass resources into climate-friendly biofuels.
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GREET the Dawn of a New Day in Sustainable Aviation Fuels
November 4, 2021
We need sustainable aviation fuels and efficient aircraft technologies to meet decarbonization goals by 2050. Argonne’s GREET model can help guide the airline industry and jet fuel producers in the right direction.
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Sustainable Aviation Fuels from Low-Carbon Ethanol Production
October 20, 2021
With cleaner technologies and regenerative farming practices, low-carbon ethanol can be converted into sustainable aviation fuels. Argonne’s GREET model simulation shows a path to zero-carbon jet fuel from corn-based ethanol.
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INL Researchers Investigate Loblolly Pine Flow Issues
October 20, 2021
An Idaho National Laboratory research team has identified models that could help scale-up processing to industry scale at an economically low cost.
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Bioprose: Bioenergy R&D Blog contributors include BETO leadership, program managers, and technical managers, as well as U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory relationship managers. Learn more about our bloggers.