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Oilgae Blog - The Latest from the World of Algae Fuels

Cawthron’s New Technology Photobioreactor- A Boon to Blue Biotech Sector

A highly sophisticated, multi-vessel photobioreactor (PBR) is developed by the scientists at Cawthron Institute, New Zealand to improve the production of algae products. The Cawthron scientists developed the PBR in response to their industry partner’s needs to optimize the growth conditions of algae species. Further, the scientists are interested in developing the photobioreactor for the […]

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Researchers say Yellow Light Increases Lipid Production by Algae

Researchers at the University of Toronto, Canada have discovered that yellow light can be used to produce more lipids from algae. One of the major problems concerned with the biofuel collected from algae is its lower energy density. Researchers at this university used a microfluidic device which could screen for certain conditions for algae to […]

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[ More ] July 25th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Biofuel, Energy, Research |

Co-Culturing Biodiesel Producing Green Algae with Microalgae to Increase Ecological Stability

William Driscol, Postdoctoral Research Associate I, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Tech Launch Arizona has found a solution to increase the ecological stability of biodiesel producing green algae. He found that co-culturing of certain bio control species can provide anti- predator and anti- competitive effects. This will improve the ecological stability. The production of algal cultures […]

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Microalgae- ‘The Superfood’

In spite of being potential biofuel source, Microalgae are one of the most nutritious foods. The simple green organisms made their entry into everything, right from animal feed to baby food. Microalgae are photosynthetic and produce oxygen. Marine algae are responsible for creating half the world’s oxygen.  According to Robert Henrikson, CEO of Smart Microfarms […]

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An EPA- Rich Live Supplement to Replace Fish Oils- “Credits to Aqua Health Labs”

Aqua health labs, a new company in Chicago, worked for eight years with a molecular biologist of the University of Chicago to develop an algal strain that has high levels of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Now they have achieved it in Nannochloropsis oculata algae species. Aqua Health Labs have found a bioavailable and sustainable source of […]

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Allma Collaborates With Frulact and Santini to Develop Bubble Tea and Sorbet

Allma, a Portugal- Microalgae company, has signed partnership with two companies in the food and beverage industries. Allma has agreed to supply its sun- grown Chlorella to Frulact, a Portuguese group that supplies fruit based ingredients to blue- chip food companies globally and sells jams, beverages and smoothies. Collaborating with Allma, Frulact develops ‘bubble tea’ […]

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Spirulina Gains Approval as a Naturally Derived Blue Colour in the US

The U.S. food and Drug Administration has approved spirulina for use in the manufacture of food and beverage as a naturally derived blue colour in U.S. spirulina which was previously used only in candy and chewing gum, is now approved for use in frosting, ice cream, beverage mixes and powders, yogurts, puddings, gelatin, breadcrumbs and […]

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U.S.’s Sinopec to Partner with China’s Sapphire Energy

Sapphire Energy, pioneering in Green Crude production, signed U.S. – China Eco partnership program with U.S.’s Sinopec to produce algae- derived renewable crude oil. This is one of the six partnerships between the two countries to work on clean energy, climate change and environmental protections. Sapphire Energy CEO Cynthia Warner on talking about the partnership […]

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Cellana Is Funded With $3.5 Million By U.S. Department Of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that Cellana will receive $3.5 million in federal funds to develop more of its products. Cellana is involved in algae- based feedstock for biofuels, animal feed and omega- 3 nutritional oils. Cellana is now funded with the focus on the Energy Department’s goal of producing 2,500 gallons of […]

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Solazyme’s New Strain To Treat Diabetes

Solazyme which was originally founded to make low-carbon algal biofuels, has now acquired patent for using the strain of microalgae called Chlorella protothecoides in the treatment of glucose intolerance and diabetes. A 2008 study had already disclosed the benefit of C. protothecoides by resulting in considerable decrease in blood sugar levels after its consumption by the […]

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Isomerizing Alkoxycarbonylation Can Transform Algae Oil To High Quality Chemical Raw Material

Researchers at the University of Konstanz, Germany developed a transformation process called Isomerizing alkoxycarbonylation. Professor Stefan Mecking from University of Konstanz says that this process can transform the algae oil to a high quality chemical constituent. This will benefit a number of chemical based industries. The professor adds that the algal oil has a different […]

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AlgaStar’s Electromagnetic Waves Technology To Increase The Algal Growth Copiously

Algae, being the fastest growing organism utilize maximum resource of energy from its environment. Notably 20% increase in algae growth can be 30% profitable for the cultivators. In this regard, John Erricson, CEO of AlgaStar inc, presented a few interesting concepts at 2013 Algae Biomass Summit in Orlando. AlgaStar Inc., is a technology company in […]

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Neste Agrees to Buy Algae Oil to Make Clean Transport Fuel

Neste Oil Oyj (NES1V), a Finnish oil refiner, agreed to buy algae oil from U.S.-based Renewable Algal Energy to turn into clean diesel. The agreement secures access to industrial volumes of algae oil and will require Renewable Algal to increase its production capacity, Espoo-based Neste said today in a statement. The deal is non-exclusive and […]

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[ More ] July 11th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Biodiesel, Companies |

The Algae Nutrapedia – from The Algae Company

The Algae Company has launched a new section called Algae Nutrapedia on its web site. This is a growing section of the web site that will become the hub for all nutraceuticals and health products from algae. As we have mentioned many times at Oilgae, many countries worldwide have started recognizing that more than fuel, algae […]

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[ More ] July 8th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae Non fuel products |

US Government Funded Consortium to Try Overcome Algae Fuel Obstacles

Despite the hundreds of millions of dollars invested in companies aiming to power the world with pond scum, algae seems to perpetually be the fuel of the future. Now a government-funded consortium hopes to jump-start commercialization of the low-carbon fuel by developing new strains of algae that grow faster as well as creating better technology […]

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[ More ] July 6th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel-Research, Alliances, Grants |

BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. to Demo EPA, DHA Rich AlgaOmega Algae Production System

BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. to Demo AlgaOmega(TM) Algae Production System at Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (“AzCATI”) Let the Good Fat from Omega-3 Neutralize Your Bad Fat -Know more BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. will demonstrate its algae production system at the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (“AzCATI”) located at Arizona State University (“ASU”). […]

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Cellana, Galil Algae Deal to Further Algae Nutraceuticals Research?

A new deal between Cellana, a California-based maker of algae-based products, and Israel’s Galil Algae Cooperative Agriculture Society Limited could have interesting implications for biodiesel (possibly a negative implication here) and for nutraceuticals (really positive here). This Cellana news release says the partnership looks to combine the industrial qualities of Cellana’s ReNew™ Algae – high-value […]

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Algae Industry of San Diego Struggles To Float On Fuel Alone

Any surprises here? You could be in San Diego, or you could be in Mars for all algae cares, but you won’t be able to survive on trying to make fuel from algae. Not yet, mates, not yet. Here’s an interesting article that details the travails of the algae fuel industry “We’ve flown jet aircraft on […]

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Heliae Partners with Japanese Co Sincere for Astaxanthin Production in Japan

Now, this is getting interesting. We all know that many sensible algae companies are moving into non-fuel markets while they keep trying their best on algae fuels, albeit clearly knowing it could take a long time before algae to fuels become a commercial reality. The Super Formula to Fight Aging – Its Name is Astaxanthin […]

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Spirulina – Facts & Factoids from Spirulina.company

Found some  interesting factoids about Spirulina and its use as a protein source  from http://www.spirulina.company/portal/facts/spirulina_facts.html . Some of the facts and factoids from the website has been highlighted below: An excellent summary study of Spirulina was done in 2002. The authors summarized the many potential benefits of Spirulina: “Spirulina has been exper- imentally proven, in vivo and […]

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[ More ] May 27th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae Non fuel products |

ABO Reframes Climate Change Buzz to Support Algae Biofuels Development

In Washington, the Algae Biomass Association (ABO) is attempting to reframe the recent conversation surrounding climate change as a platform to support algae biofuel development. The organization r eleased a statement which detailed the two benefits of algae technologies: Algae derived products will empower consumers to live the comfortable lifestyles of advanced economies, without the […]

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[ More ] May 26th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, algae biodiesel USA |

Eating Spirulina as a Dietary Supplement Can Prevent Breast Cancer

Spirulina, a blue green algae with various phytoantioxidants and anticancerous properties is considered a highly healthiful food. A study published in the Amercian School of Pathology claims that consuming Spirulina, as a dietary supplement could prevent breast cancer. One way Spirulina prevents breast cancer is to induce apoptisis by supplementing 48 hours of Spirulina. The […]

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[ More ] May 26th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae Non fuel products |

Algal strains that are Rich in Omega 3 Fatty Acids – DHA and EPA

Microalgae can supply omega-3 fatty acids at high concentrations. Species of Crypthecodinium, Thraustochytrium, Ulkenia and Schizochytrium are rich in omega-3 fatty acid DHA, while species of Phaeodactylum, Chlorella, Monodus, and Nannochloropsis are rich in EPA. Crypthecodinium cohnii is a heterotrophic algal species that is currently used to produce the DHA used in many infant formulas. […]

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[ More ] May 25th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae DHA, Algae Non fuel products |

Super Strain Chlorella’s Key Applications from Chlorella.company

This article adapted from chlorella.company provides highlights on the various uses of Chlorella.  Chlorella strains are being used for a variety of applications in varied industries. Some of the key uses of Chlorella are  discussed in this article.  Chlorella strains are being used for a variety of applications in biotechnology. Due to their very high protein contents, […]

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[ More ] May 25th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae Non fuel products |

Market Scope of Astaxanthin

The  demand for natural astaxanthin is now emerging in the multi-billion dollar nutraceutical market. The global astaxanthin market is estimated at about $257 million, most of which is used in fish coloration (2009 data; estimates by BCC Research for astaxanthin market size are however lower). The human uses market is growing and estimated at about $27-$40 million. Most […]

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[ More ] May 20th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae Non fuel products |

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