• Biodiesel Does Not Compete with Food

    Half of the biodiesel produced in the US is made from soybean oil. The other half is produced substantially from animal fats, used cooking oil, and other recycled or waste oils. It is easy to see how using wastes and byproducts to make biodiesel is a good thing, but some people have trouble understanding that using soybean oil works the exact same way. Biodiesel uses excess oil that we don't use in our food supply.

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    Biodiesel Does Not Compete with Food
  • 30 Students Attend 2015 National Biodiesel Conference

    In 2015, some up-and-coming scientists joined the 900 biodiesel supporters attending the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in Fort Worth, Texas. About 30 student members of the Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel traveled to the event, many on scholarships through the National Biodiesel Board.

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    30 Students Attend 2015 National Biodiesel Conference
  • 12th Annual National Biodiesel Conference & Expo Highlights

    View complete highlights from the official blog of the 2015 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo, which took place January 19 – 22 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. This was the 12th straight year NBB produced the premier U.S. biodiesel event, which featured demonstrations and discussions among thousands of biodiesel producers, distributors, and enthusiasts.

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    2015 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo – Complete Official Blog Highlights
  • Nature's Bluprint for Renewable Energy

    We are making inroads to capture solar energy using photovoltaic, thermal, wind, wave, hydroelectric, and other methods. The challenge facing these forms of energy capture is how to store energy, particularly for mobile uses. As it turns out, nature has a solution to that, too. Nature has given us a blueprint for storing solar energy. That blueprint is best exemplified in a plant.

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    Nature’s Blueprint for Renewable Energy
  • Mixed Signals Imperil Growth of Clean Energy

    When it comes to renewable fuels, the administration is sending mixed signals that could have negative ramifications for years to come.

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    By Sending Mixed Signals to Industry, White House Imperils Growth of Clean Energy
  • Meet the New NGSB Co-Chairs

    Meet the new Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel Co-Chairs: Dan Browne, Texas A&M University (Biochemistry); James Anderson, Southern Illinois University (Agricultural Science); Katie Heil, University of Colorado – Boulder (Electrical Engineering); Mike Morgan, Utah State University (Biochemistry)

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    Next Generation Scientists for Biodiesel

About Us

Biodiesel is an advanced biofuel made from readily available, renewable resources. It is a domestic, sustainable, cleaner-burning, diesel fuel replacement that meets strict quality specifications. The National Biodiesel Board is the trade association representing the US biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for research and development.

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