Carbon Dioxide into Algae into Fuel, Food and Health Products

When fossil fuels are burned, carbon dioxide (CO2) is a by-product of this combustion. Currently, the ecosystem relies on photosynthesis to convert CO2 to O2. This is a natural process that is opposite to our process of breathing or respiration (O2 to CO2). Algae can absorb unwanted CO2 to make useful products. 

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