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When we concern about global warming, and pork-barrel politics have also rekindled the enthusiasm of the public and government for policies that encourage research and innovation on biofuels, a Bangladeshi scientist, Mohammad Tamjidul Haq, assistant professor of computer science department of University of New Orleans, has won the award for innovation on biofuels transformed from Moss.
He said, “Moss is more effective than any other plant for transforming biofuels.” He added, “Moss can be considered as very good battery factory which can help in production of solar energy which eventually can be converted to clean energy from carbon dioxide atmosphere.”
Dr. Tamjidul Haq has received the award from the Louisiana Board of Regents of the Industrial Ties Research subprogram. He has been serving as principal investigator of NASA automated tools for development and marketing of intellectual property.
He has been graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in 2002. He has achieved Ph.D from Monash University in Australia in 2008. He served there as research fellow till 2011. Since then he has been working as research fellow under post doctoral program of Indiana University.
The economic concerns about the limited supply of fossil fuel in tandem with environmental concerns about global warming and pollution issues have driven the search for alternative fuels that have superior environmental benefits and are economically competitive with fossil fuel.

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