Synthetic biology could help address the problem of carbon emissions from coal-to-liquid and gas-to-liquid biofuel technologies, according to columnist Jim Lane. BioProcess Algae, Accelergy, Oakbio and LanzaTech are among the firms that are developing technologies that use algae or other microorganisms to capture carbon emissions and convert them to biomass, biofuels or high-value chemicals, Lane writes.

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