In his "Wisconsin 2050: Pioneering the Future" Academy Evenings talk, professor of bacteriology and head of the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center at UW-Madison Tim Donohue discusses the growing field of bioenergy, the production of energy from such renewable sources as plants, trees, and agricultural waste. With fears of global warming and increased pressure to reduce America's dependence on fossil fuels, Wisconsin's pioneering efforts in bioenergy may transform the way we live a generation from now. Recorded on March 16, 2010, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art lecture hall, Madison, WI.
What's Driving My Car? 2050 Biofuels and Other Sustainable Energy Sources
Wisconsin 2050: Pioneering the Future Series
Saturday, September 8, 2012 - 6:00am
Tim Donohue is a professor of Bacteriology who has been a faculty member at UW-Madison for over twenty years.
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