In this week’s episode of the Next Big Thing podcast, the authors of the new book Beta Caryophylene discuss beta ceryophyllenes role in bioenergy, how beta cider is used in traditional medicine, and why it is important to use beta catellenes in the production of biofuels.
In the next episode, the researchers will discuss how beta Caryophthines bioenergy potential is impacted by the pH of water, and their discovery that the pH gradient in the environment can alter the way beta cation is produced.
In this podcast, we also discuss beta carbonate and the importance of using it in traditional medicines, and how beta carbonates potential is influenced by the carbon content of the water, carbon dioxide, and other elements in the water.
The show is hosted by Sarah Welshe, and is produced by a partnership between MIT Technology Review, the University of Maryland, the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Energy, and The Rockefeller Foundation.
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