A research team led by an Indian at the University of Delaware has invented a more efficient process for extracting sugars from wood chips, corn cobs, and other organic waste. The technology uses a salt solution for breaking down wood cellulose at low temperatures of 85ºC. The water and energy-efficient process gives a 95% theoretical yield of sugars, said researchers.

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