The University of Illinois will soon pull together its renewable energy and
bio-based research expertise and projects in one place, Hans Blaschek, U of I
assistant dean of agriculture ex-periment research station, told the Illinois
Agricultural Legislative Roundtable last week.
“The maturation of biology now
is allowing scientists to do things we haven’t been a able to do before,”
A new Center for Ad-vanced BioEnergy Research (CABER) will
fill a need to link energy-related scientists and research across the university
— and the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences (ACES)
is taking the lead, according to Blaschek.
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