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Will Zimmerman Wins Royal Society's Brian Mercer Award For Innovation For 'Bubble-Maker' That Boosts Algae Biofuel Production

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A bubble-maker that looks like the flux capacitor from the Back to the Future films last night won a £250,000 prize from the Royal Society for its ability to transform the cost and effectiveness of growing algae for biofuel, treating sewage and cooling computers.

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