Professor John Love from Biosciences at the University of Exeter said: "Producing a commercial biofuel that can be used without needing to modify vehicles has been the goal of this project from the outset.
What does UOE stand for?
UOE stands for University of Exeter (UK)
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- Ultima Online Domain Name System
- Use Of Dangerous Weapon
- U-Ing, O-Ing and Expanding (pipe industry)
- UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)/OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development)/EUROSTAT (Statistical Office of the European Communities)
- Unit of Employment
- Unit of Entitlement (Australia)
- Unit of Expertise (UK)
- United Online Entertainment
- Universal Office Equipment (UK) Ltd
- University of Edinburgh (Scotland)
- User Order Entry
- University of East Anglia (UK)
- Universitywide Office of the Education Abroad Program (University of California)
- University of Edinburgh Festivals Office (UK)
- University of Occupational and Environmental Health (Japan)
- University Office of Environmental, Health, and Safety Management (Indiana University; Bloomington, IN)
- University of East London (UK)
- University of Oregon Experimental Relativity Group
- User Operational Evaluation System
- Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum (annual conference)
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Washington, Apr 20 ( ANI ): Researchers at the University of Exeter have developed a new photoelectric device that is both flexible and transparent.
Undergraduates from the University of Glamorgan were pipped at the post by a team from the University of Exeter in the annual Universities Business Challenge, sponsored by IBM.
WHITCHURCH face a stern test tomorrow when they entertain high-flying University of Exeter in hockey's MHL Conference West at the National Hockey Centre (1pm).
A team from the University of Exeter has carried out research which they say shows that 60 per cent of young offenders between 11 and 19 had apparently suffered from a previous traumatic brain injury.
Nonneman has been on the faculty of University of Exeter since 2007, and previously served as director of its Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies.
Mr Halfon said: "On top of the LSE, it has emerged that Durham University has done deals with the Iranian regime and that the Muslim Research Centre at my old university of Exeter was funded by the Muslim Brotherhood.