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page icon Texas A&M System, General Atomics Receive $4 Million for Biofuel Microalgae Research
  COLLEGE STATION – Texas AgriLife Research, part of the Texas A&M University System, and General Atomics, a San Diego-based technology company, have received a $4 million grant from the state's Emerging Technology Fund for biofuel microalgae research.

page icon Texas AgriLife Research Establishes 14 State-Sponsored Bioenergy Projects
  COLLEGE STATION – Texas AgriLife Research has established 14 bioenergy projects funded by $4 million from the Texas Legislature.

page icon  Ceres and Texas A&M to Develop and Market High-Biomass Sorghum for Biofuels
COLLEGE STATION - Energy crop company Ceres, Inc. and the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station of The Texas A&M University System announced today that they have entered into an exclusive, multi-year joint research and commercialization agreement for high biomass sorghum.

page icon To Maximize Biofuel Potential, Researchers Look for Sorghum’s ‘Sweet Spot’
BEAUMONT – Picture this – IV (intravenous) lines in a sorghum field. It's not as far-fetched as it sounds. It's one way that scientists at the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station are researching crops that may contribute to the biofuel revolution.

page icon Texas A&M Agriculture Receives Sun Grant Funding for Bioenergy Research
COLLEGE STATION – Eight of Texas A&M Agriculture's bioenergy research projects will receive funding through the Sun Grant Initiative, a national program established to create new solutions for future U.S. energy needs.

page icon Agriculture Adds Fuel to Food, Feed and Fiber Supply
BUSHLAND – Agriculture has a challenge in front of it: the opportunity to help meet the energy needs of the future, said the director of Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.

page icon Sorghum Producers Optimistic About Biofuel Potential
COLLEGE STATION – Motorists traveling along Brazos bottom farmland just outside of College Station are doing double takes over a towering 12-foot sorghum crop.

page icon Texas A&M System Awarded $5 Million for Bioenergy Research
COLLEGE STATION -- Gov. Rick Perry announced today that The Texas A&M University System has received a $5 million grant from the state's Emerging Technology Fund for the Texas A&M Agriculture and Engineering Bioenergy Alliance.

page icon Chevron, Texas A&M Form Alliance  
SAN RAMON, Calif. – Chevron Corp. and Texas A&M Agriculture and Engineering BioEnergy Alliance are joining in research to accelerate the conversion of crops for manufacturing ethanol and other biofuels from cellulose.

page icon Texas A&M To Add a ‘Grain of Common Sense’ to Biofuel Options
COLLEGE STATION –The U.S. has entered the "era of the bio-economy," said U.S. Department of Agriculture Undersecretary Gale Buchanan.