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Bandung, INDONESIA: Indonesian professor Robert Manurung, head of the biotechnology research centre at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), sits next to the sample of jatropha oil and the poster of its seed in Bandung, 13 September 2006. Indonesia's first fully plant-fuelled car has successfully completed a 3,200-kilometre (2,000-mile) road trip. Now its backers are hoping the triumph may herald a new era of sustainable energy in the archipelago nation. The car, fuelled with oil from the jatropha plant, smoothly negotiated the freezing volcanic peaks of Flores and Sumbawa islands, as well as the sweltering Javanese countryside. AFP PHOTO/Banyu SAKTI (Photo credit should read BANYU SAKTI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bandung, INDONESIA: Indonesian professor Robert Manurung, head of the biotechnology research centre at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), sits next to the sample of jatropha oil and the poster of its seed in Bandung, 13 September 2006. Indonesia's first fully plant-fuelled car has successfully completed a 3,200-kilometre (2,000-mile) road trip. Now its backers are hoping the triumph may herald a new era of sustainable energy in the archipelago nation. The car, fuelled with oil from the jatropha plant, smoothly negotiated the freezing volcanic peaks of Flores and Sumbawa islands, as well as the sweltering Javanese countryside. AFP PHOTO/Banyu SAKTI (Photo credit should read BANYU SAKTI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indonesian professor Robert Manurung head of the biotechnology... News Photo 71979033Bandung,Biotechnology,Center,Finance,Fuel and Power Generation,Head,Indonesia,Oil,Poster,Professor,Research,Sample,Seed,SittingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2006 AFPBandung, INDONESIA: Indonesian professor Robert Manurung, head of the biotechnology research centre at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), sits next to the sample of jatropha oil and the poster of its seed in Bandung, 13 September 2006. Indonesia's first fully plant-fuelled car has successfully completed a 3,200-kilometre (2,000-mile) road trip. Now its backers are hoping the triumph may herald a new era of sustainable energy in the archipelago nation. The car, fuelled with oil from the jatropha plant, smoothly negotiated the freezing volcanic peaks of Flores and Sumbawa islands, as well as the sweltering Javanese countryside. AFP PHOTO/Banyu SAKTI (Photo credit should read BANYU SAKTI/AFP/Getty Images)