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==BEInG Mission Statement==
 
==BEInG Mission Statement==
  
We are individuals from diverse scientific and engineering backgrounds working together to design, disseminate, and deploy realistic scenarios for the generation of renewable energy from life-based systems.
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We are individuals from diverse scientific and engineering backgrounds working together to design, disseminate, and deploy realistic scenarios for the generation of [[renewable energy]] from life-based systems.
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==Current Project: Build a [[Hydrogen Photobioreactor]] (PBR)==
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==Features==
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This is our current project.  The bioreactor has three PVC tubes filled with algae.  When the algae is subjected to an anaerobic environment, an enzyme in the algae, hydrogenase, produces hydrogen gas.  This hydrogen gas can then be used as a fuel source.
[[What is biological energy?]]
 
  
[[Why biological energy]]
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Please see the links below for more information.
  
[[How can we get energy from microbes]]
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[[The Bioreactor Tubes]]
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[[Bioreactor Protocols]]
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==Information==
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[[Biological Energy FAQ]]
  
 
[[Goals of the BEInG]]
 
[[Goals of the BEInG]]
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[[BEInG:Resources|Resources]]
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[[BEInG In the News]]
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[[Being:Logistics|Logistics]]
  
 
==Admin==
 
==Admin==
 
[[BEInG:Calendar|Calendar]]
 
[[BEInG:Calendar|Calendar]]
  
[[BEInG:Resources|Resources]]
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[[BEInG:Contact|Contact Us]]
  
[[BEInG:People|Who we are]]
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[[BEInG:Contact|Contact Us]]
 

Latest revision as of 12:55, 3 April 2007

BEING-leaf-logo.jpg

BEInG Mission Statement

We are individuals from diverse scientific and engineering backgrounds working together to design, disseminate, and deploy realistic scenarios for the generation of renewable energy from life-based systems.

Current Project: Build a Hydrogen Photobioreactor (PBR)

AFC3.jpg

This is our current project. The bioreactor has three PVC tubes filled with algae. When the algae is subjected to an anaerobic environment, an enzyme in the algae, hydrogenase, produces hydrogen gas. This hydrogen gas can then be used as a fuel source.

Please see the links below for more information.

The Bioreactor Tubes

Bioreactor Protocols

Information

Biological Energy FAQ

Goals of the BEInG

Resources

BEInG In the News

Logistics

Admin

Calendar

Contact Us