Four in five U.S. adults (80%) strongly or somewhat agree that national and state governments are not doing enough to promote production of biofuels -- fuels made from agricultural crops or plant matter -- according to a new survey released today by the Bi
Robert Fraley, Monsanto's chief technology officer, addressed the ability of corn to help make the future of biofuels possible and how biotechnology innovations are a critical enabler to biofuel production this week.
While the corn-based fuel does benefit air quality, the process of making ethanol has some ironic side effects that may quell environmentalists' enthusiasm for the emerging industry, according to reports.
Consumer prices of commodities that are traded in international markets are influenced by such factors as supply, demand and governmental policies to control trade or prices. Fuel ethanol is no exception.