LSU AgCenter scientists taking steps to bring biomass products to market

LSU AgCenter Vice Chancellor John Russin with the Audubon Sugar Institute biofuel pilot plant. 2015 The Louisiana Institute for Biofuels and Bioprocessing (LIBBi) is a research, education and outreach initiative of the LSU AgCenter. The institute is designed to serve as a source for reliable, science-based information to support planning and decision making by emerging biofuels and bioprocessing industries in the state. The institute links our state’s agricultural base with emerging bioenergy initiatives, thereby expanding and strengthening local, state and regional economies.

LSU AgCenter Vice Chancellor John Russin says researchers have identified a number of new products that can be produced from energy cane and sweet sorghum, and they are now pursuing patents and licens…

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