Biofuels have garnered increased attention due to the economic and environmental concerns associated with petroleum-based fuel.
Efficient biofuel production is reliant on microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast and filamentous fungi, and CRISPR could provide the means to optimize these microorganisms and produce commercially viable amounts biofuels.
Download this guide to explore how CRISPR can be used to:
- Generate biofuel from algae
- Protect yeast from damage during biofuel production
- Make steps towards the commercialization of an acetogenic bacterium