Biofuel boosters, meet your newest friend: Gliocladium roseum, a rainforest fungus that "makes biofuel more efficiently than any other known method." Professor Gary Strobel of Montana State University says this little fungus from Patagonia can eat cellulose (no easy feat—you try lunching on cornstalk) and turn it into myco-diesel—i.e., hydrocarbons that can help us go zoom-zoom.
File that under "Why Really Smart People Are Good for America."
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