NASA tests aviation biofuel from flower power

The NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., is testing aviation biofuel derived from the flowering camelina plant. "We wanted to focus on fuels that mitigated the CO2 buildup in the atmosphere," senior research scientist Bruce Anderson said.

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