Introducing Bioenergy

Try this introductory bioenergy activity with your high school biology or environmental science students. Developed by Jason de Koff, assistant professor of Agronomy and Soil Science at Tennessee State University, with funding from a U.S. Department of Agriculture–National Institute of Food and Agriculture Capacity Building Grant, the lesson presents an overview of bioenergy; a labactivity in which students investigate which kind of organic material, or feedstock, yeast prefers to make ethanol, a biofuel; and a bingo game that helps students remember the many kinds of feedstocks that can be used to produce biodiesel.

Full Link: http://www.tnstate.edu/faculty/jdekoff/documents/Bioenergy%20Activity.pdf

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