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Wisconsin can offer what a federal energy research lab needs

Madison, Wis. - Researchers and engineers across Wisconsin are learning new ways to produce energy from cow manure, wood chips, organic sugars, soybeans, solar collectors, corn stover, wind farms, grease, waste from paper mills, and much more.

State businesses, architects, and builders are national leaders in planning and constructing green buildings ......

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In late 2007, the $120 million Microbial Sciences Building will open on the UW-Madison campus. Early in 2008, work will begin on the $150 million first phase of the Morgridge Institute for Research and the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
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While other states focus exclusively on corn-based ethanol, Wisconsin is racing to produce ethanol from other biomass sources. Several companies are racing to produce ethanol from plant cellulose. Another is developing enzymes to make ethanol from soybeans. Still another is working to produce hydrogen from plant sugars

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