Posted Monday, July 23, 2007
Imagine if you could take all the weeds from your garden, or all the corn stalks on a field at the end of the harvest, and turn them it all into fuel or plastics. That may sound a bit far fetched, but it's at the heart of something called biomass technology. Scientists say the potential for biomass is enormous and Ohio could be a major player. Monday morning on The Sound of Ideas, we'll chat with some of the scientists leading this new revolution in energy and polymer technology. Join us with your questions. It starts at nine on 90.3.
Environment, Making Change, Regional Economy/Business - Analysis and Trends, Regional Economy/Business - News
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