Fueled by Fungus?

Randall Weiseman Energy, General

A newfound fungus living in rainforest trees makes biofuel more efficiently than any other known method. The fungus, Gliocladium roseum, has been shown to produce many of the same hydro-carbons found in diesel fuel and has been referred to as “myco-diesel.” While many crops and microbes can be combined to make biofuels — The fungus, stands out in the crowd by greatly simplifying the process.