Microalgae

Microalgae production in the Caribbean

Caribbean island
Wageningen University & Research is working with the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to build and operate a microalgae pilot-plant on the island of Bonaire. Read More…

EU project to improve cultivation and extraction of microalgae

Nannochloropsis

A €5 million project has been set up by the European Commission to improve extraction and cultivation techniques for microalgae. Read More…

U.S. DoE - $8 million for microalgae projects


OS DoE

This month the U.S. Department of Energy announced the funding of up to $8 million to three projects aiming to reduce the costs of producing biofuels from microalgae.

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Microalgae to treat CO2 from cement factory

Taiwan cement factory
Taiwan Cement Corporation (through its subsidiary Ho-ping Power) has made carbon capture a top priority at its cement works in Hong Kong. The company is the largest cement producer in the country.


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Bioethanol from microalgae - DEMA

DEMA methodology


The
DEMA (Direct Algae from Microalgae) consortium was a €6 million project funded by the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme.

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Algae Biomass Summit 2017


ABO Summit 2017

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: October 29 – November 1
(Algae Biomass Organization)

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Videos about microorganisms

The Internet contains many thousands of videos covering microbiology, including many on commercial microalgae and bacteria. These vary greatly in quality.

Two new pages on this website will show a selection of the best and most recent of these videos. They will be by, or about, major individuals, companies or organisations in the industry.

If you have any suggestions for videos that should be included please contact me.

Videos About Commercial Microalgae
Videos About Commercial Bacteria

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Professor Stephen Mayfield

Stephen Mayfield

This is the first of an occasional look at some of the people revolutionising commercial microbiology.
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Kilbride Biotech - microalgae use flue gas for carbon mitigation

carbon dioxide flumes

Kilbride Biotech Ltd. is a newly formed company set up to market and develop a US technology that seeks to capture and utilise an important greenhouse gas – carbon dioxide. Read More…