algae-jim-conrad.jpgThe College of William and Mary is turning fish-killing algae into biodiesel fuel for cars and other gas-guzzling machines.

The project is too small scale to solve the nation’s energy woes, but it will help scientists learn a more cost-effective way to convert algae to biodiesel
— and a pollution-marred lake on the edge of campus will get a much needed cleaning, as well.

(WATCH the video below, and READ the longer report at the Daily Press)

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