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Malaysia Sees Algae as Potential Alternative Feedstock for Biodiesel, an Industrial Info Market Brief

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Spearheaded by Sarawak Biodiversity Center and Mitsubishi Corporation, Malaysian firms have been conducting research on algae that could see it used as a feedstock for biodiesel. A new facility for algae cultivation is set to be built in Sarawak, Malaysia.

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