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Aquatic species, such as marine-derived algae and seaweeds, offer the potential to convert energy from the sun into liquid transportation fuels without harming the environment or impacting the food chain. At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Marine Sciences Laboratory near Sequim, Wash., researchers, including Tom Hausmann (left) and Ganj Ahmed, shown here in the microalgae laboratory, are exploring the use of marine species as a clean, new energy source.

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Document Title: Alge-to-energy
Category: Marine Science
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: May 2009
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