Scope Note: Biofuels are liquid or gaseous fuels used for purposes of transport that are manufactured from biomass”. Biofuels can be directly produced from plant or indirectly from industrial, commercial, homemade and agricultural waste.

  1. Iron (III) nanocomposites for enzyme-less biomimetic cathode: A promising material for use in biofuel cells [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  2. Development of nanostructured bioanodes containing dendrimers and dehydrogenases enzymes for application in ethanol biofuel cells [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  3. Development of novel bioanodes for ethanol biofuel cell using PAMAM dendrimers as matrix for enzyme immobilization [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  4. Targeted QSPR for the prediction of the laminar burning velocity of biofuels [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  5. Volatile organic compound emissions from switchgrass cultivars used as biofuel crops [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  6. Vaporization modeling of petroleum–biofuel drops using a hybrid multi-component approach [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  7. Ecological assessment and economic feasibility to utilize first generation biofuels in cogeneration output cycle e The case of Lithuania [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  8. Boolean logic gates based on oxygen-controlled biofuel cell in “one pot” [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  9. Biofuels: A model based assessment under uncertainty applying the Monte Carlo method [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  10. Green processing of tropical banagrass into biofuel and biobased products: An innovative biorefinery approach[Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  11. High-performance amperometric biosensors and biofuel cell based on chitosan-strengthened cast thin films of chemically synthesized catecholamine polymers with glucose oxidase effectively entrapped [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  12. Assessing the invasive potential of biofuel species proposed for Florida and the United States using the Australian Weed Risk Assessment [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  13. Impact of EU biofuel policies on world agricultural production and land use [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  14. Design of biomass processing network for biofuel production using an MILP model [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  15. Water quality impact assessment of large-scale biofuel crops expansion in agricultural regions of Michigan [Retrieved June 3, 2011]
  16. Stakeholder perceptions of biofuels from microalgae [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  17. Can we meet targets for biofuels and renewable energy in transport given the constraints imposed by policy in agriculture and energy? [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  18. Assessment of biofuels supporting policies using the BioTrans model [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  19. An overview of second generation biofuel technologies [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  20. Biofuels in Spain: Market penetration analysis and competitiveness in the automotive fuel market [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  21. Impact assessment of the European biofuel directive on land use and biodiversity [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  22. Socio-economic aspects of different biofuel development pathways [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  23. Membraneless microchannel glucose biofuel cell with improved electrical performances [Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  24. A quantitative assessment of the determinants of the net energy value of biofuels[Retrieved March 08, 2011]
  25. Economics of small-scale on-farm use of canola and soybean for biodiesel and straight vegetable oil biofuels [Retrieved March 10, 2011]
  26. Strategies for 2nd generation biofuels in EU – Co-firing to stimulate feedstock supply development and process integration to improve energy efficiency and economic competitiveness [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  27. Competition between biofuels: Modeling technological learning and cost reductions over time [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  28. Potential emissions reduction in road transport sector using biofuel in developing countries [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  29. Indirect fuel use change (IFUC) and the lifecycle environmental impact of biofuel policies [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  30. Use of algae as biofuel sources [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  31. Trends and sustainability criteria of the production and use of liquid biofuels [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  32. Agricultural crop-based biofuels – resource efficiency and environmental performance including direct land use changes[Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  33. Surface Engineering of Graphene-Enzyme Nanocomposites for Miniaturized Biofuel Cell [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  34. Mandates, buyouts and fuel-tax rebates: Some economic aspects of biofuel policies using the UK as an example[Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  35. Competitive liquid biofuels from biomass [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  36. An Environment Friendly Energy Recovery Technology : Municipal Solid Waste Gasification [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  37. Improving the environmental performance of biofuels with industrial symbiosis [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  38. Time for commercializing non-food biofuel in China [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  39. Biofuels Bonanza?: Exploring community perceptions of the promises and perils of biofuels production [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  40. The Jatropha biofuels sector in Tanzania 2005–2009: Evolution towards sustainability? [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  41. Governance and legitimacy aspects of the UK biofuel carbon and sustainability reporting system [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  42. A multi-actor multi-criteria framework to assess the stakeholder support for different biofuel options [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  43. Thermochemical conversion of biomass to second generation biofuels through integrated process design—A review [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
  44. Assessing deforestation from biofuels: Methodological challenges [Retrieved May 19, 2011]
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