Dr. Michael Huesemann, lead researcher for the algae biofuel program in Sequim’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, meets with U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell briefly in July 2016 about algae and its potential. His current project looks to find the best growing conditions for algae to harvest biofuel quickly. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group) Dr. Michael Huesemann, lead researcher for the algae biofuel program in Sequim’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, meets with U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Mountlake Terrace, briefly in July 2016 about algae and its potential. His current project looks to find the best growing conditions for algae to harvest biofuel quickly. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim lab looks to find the best biofuel in algae

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