EvolutionCo2Carbon DioxideMutationsGlucoseGenesBacteriaBiochemistryBiofuelsEscherichia ColiOrganic Carbon MoleculesLab EvolutionGenetic EngineeringAgricultural WasteE. Coli BacteriaE. ColiBioengineeringSustainable AgriculturePrickly Pear CactiNopalimexNopal CactiNopalCircular EconomyRenewable FuelsLoad More TopicsLoad More Members Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateKudosLast ModifiedRankingTitleViews The remarkable power of the prickly pearA stalwart of the Mexican landscape is finding a second life powering up buildings in the desert, and it is proving to be an unusually sustainable biofuel. https://www.bbc.com Getting Power from the Prickly Pear Cactus 1 KUDO Biological SciencesEngineering and Applied Sciences Agricultural WasteBiofuelsCircular EconomyNopalNopal Cacti A stalwart of the Mexican landscape is finding a second life powering up buildings in the desert, and it... E. coli bacteria engineered to eat carbon dioxideFeat could turn bacteria into biological factories for energy and even food. https://www.nature.com E. Coli Bacteria Engineered to Eat Carbon Dioxide 2 KUDOS Biological SciencesEngineering and Applied SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current Events BacteriaBiochemistryBioengineeringBiofuelsCarbon Dioxide Feat could turn bacteria into biological factories for energy and even food.