June 28, 2010 - Jim Lane
In Washington, a report released by Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) indicates second-generation bioethanol research increased nearly 600 percent during the previous 10 years.
The report also shows that China is now leading the world in bioethanol patent activity, either an early indicator that the country will lead the world in the commercialization of new bioethanols or that the country is quick to protect its intellectual property. Conversely, the U.S. led in the publication of scientific journal literature regarding bioethanol.
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