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Iran-Based Microalgae Company to Produce Algae Bio- Jet Fuel

Qeshm Micro Algae Biological Refinery, the largest microalgae biological technological company in Iran, ties up with worldwide airlines to produce algal bio-jet fuel. QMAB utilizes a patented high-lipid local species called Nanochloropsis, which is capable of producing more than 50% oil at a rate of 240t/h/y. This enables QMAB to produce biofuel economically from microalgae. […]

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[ More ] September 17th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel |

Nofima’s Heterotrophic Algae to Replaces Fish Oil in Salmon Feed

Nofima, the Norwegian institute of food, fisheries and aquaculture research, has shown through their experiments that heterotrophic algae can completely replace fish oil in salmon feed. The Algae meal seems to be a better alternative in various aspects The tested heterotrophic algae grow in the presence of oxygen and a carbon source, while a phototrophic […]

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[ More ] September 15th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized |

Wild Flavours Company Uses Spirulina to Develop Natural Colours Range

Wild flavours company has developed a natural colour series that includes a blue colour derived from the Spirulina which gives the confectioners a natural option for fruit flavours like blueberry . Recently, confectioners had claimed that, artificial colour brilliant blue was the only acceptable option for blue coloured candies. Wild has also developed natural green […]

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[ More ] September 13th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae Non fuel products |

OriginOil Partnering with Algasol Renewables for Algae Fish Feed Production

Algasol Renewables is partnering with the US based algae company OriginOil to produce algae fish feed on a large scale. The company has already acquired the patent for a high-speed chemical-free technology called electro water separation, which is to be launched at Algasol’s facility in Bangladesh. Algasol‘s major challenge in harvesting of algae is aided […]

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[ More ] September 12th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae animal feed, Alliances |

Solarvest’s Novel Process to Produce Organic Omega-3 Algae Products

Solarvest Bioenergy Inc., a Canadian algae company, has tied up with two European facilities for the production of omega-3 using its proprietary process. The company’s production process is the world’s first used to make organic omega-3 from algae. DHA, produced at one facility, is tested by the prospective customers in European Union and North America. On […]

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Algal Systems LLC Complete Demonstration of Novel Biofuel Production

Algal Systems LLC has completed demonstration project of their new approach to biofuel production. The company has set up a demonstration plant in Alabama, where the idea of combining waste water with algae to produce biofuel is being demonstrated. This is the first energy yielding wastewater treatment process that uses carbon negative technologies to yield […]

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Computational Approaches for Microalgal Biofuel Optimization

Growing demand for fossil fuels landed up in finding a renewable source of energy. Biofuels are the promising alternative for fossil fuels. Researchers from New York University Abu Dhabi presented a review on major computational tools and approaches developed, and used in the optimization of biofuel producing algae strains. Various approaches are employed in reconstruction […]

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[ More ] September 2nd, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel-Research, Biofuel |

Algae Biomass Pellet Binders are Better Poultry Feed

Joe Moritz from Davis College of Agriculture, Natural resources and Design, West Virginia University presented his project which is at the quest for a “high quality pellet with minimal environmental impact”. Certain thermal processes can be applied during various stages of pellet production in order to compromise the availability of vitamins and amino acids. The […]

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[ More ] September 2nd, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae animal feed, Research, University Research |

DOE issues Funding Opportunity Announcement for Targeted Algal Biofuels and Bioproducts

The U.S Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy intends to issue a funding opportunity Announcement (FOA) entitled “Targeted Algal Biofuels and Bioproducts“, on behalf of Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO). A multidisciplinary consortium is being employed, in order to improve the value of proposition for algal biofuels. Several strategies focusing crop protection […]

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[ More ] August 22nd, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Fuel, Corporates, Grants |

Algae Glycerin to Power Formula E Cars

The world’s first electric Grand Prix series will power its cars from algae glycerin. This attempt promises to promote the zero emission technologies. The generators will be powered by glycerin, which is a byproduct, in the production of biodiesel by salt water algae. The obtained fuel is nontoxic; and can also be used to power […]

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[ More ] August 22nd, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Biodiesel, Energy-Electric power, Innovations |

Platymonas Species to Produce Biofuel with Wastewater as Growth Medium

Despite being major attraction as feedstock, microalgae are not economically feasible player in terms of cultivation cost. A recent research conducted by Guo Z, Liu Y and others focused on an ecofriendly technology for the production of biofuel from microalgae called Platymonas subcordiformis. The microalgae were grown in pretreated flounder aquaculture wastewaters taken from different […]

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DIRECT TO ETHANOL®- Algenol’s New Photobioreactor

Algenol, headquartered in Florida, U.S., is one of the hottest companies in the biofuel sector. They utilize engineered strains of cyanobacteria to obtain improved ethanol production.   The company has developed plastic film photobioreactor (PBR), DIRECT TO ETHANOL®, which makes production and collection easier. The PBR is constructed with plastic, enhanced with resins. Various performance metrics […]

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[ More ] August 18th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Algae-Fuel, Algae-Photobioreactor, Biofuel |

Bioplastic from Microalgae

Researchers from Korean Institute of Science and Technology and Korean University have developed a technology to produce succinic acid from microalgae, in order to make bioplastics. The researchers used a genetically engineered bacteria Corneybacterium glutamicum that is capable of producing amylase enzyme to disintegrate starch in algal biomass. It is an expensive and complicated process […]

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[ More ] August 18th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in algae plastics, Biomass |

A New and Blue Antioxidant for Active Lifestyle

Cerule, an algae nutraceutical company, based in Klamath Falls (Oregon, U.S.), has developed a blue antioxidant named ‘Cyactiv’ with a unique concentration of Phycocyanin and other active compounds derived from blue- green algae.  Cyactiv is a natural product and is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) microalgae product. The composition helps to rebalance the body to […]

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ABB Partners with Renewable Algae Energy to Build Efficient Integrated Algae Production Systems

ABB, a Zurich based power and automation technology company, is now partnering with Renewable Algal Energy(RAE) at Tennessee, on commercialization of integrated algal production systems that will produce algae- based products for the nutraceutical, animal nutrition and renewable fuel markets. The system has been tested and is likely to be operated in the fourth quarter […]

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[ More ] August 5th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy, Algae-Equipments, Alliances |

Solazyme’s New Venture With Dutch’s Azko Nobel

AkzoNobel,  a Dutch multinational company excelling in the fabrication of specialty chemicals and decorative paints teams up with Solazyme for a fresh venture. The agreement includes a multi- year supply targeting annual supply of upto 10,000 MT of renewable tailored Algal oil by Solazyme. The joint venture is expected to replace the petroleum and palm- oils with […]

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Direct Conversion of Algae Biomass to Biofuel

Researchers at New Mexico State University devised a method for “Direct conversion of Algal biomass to biofuel”. This technology is announced to receive a United States patent. The underlying concept of the invention is that, under supercritical methanol conditions, the wet algae can be directly converted into crude biodiesel. The funds for the research were […]

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[ More ] July 30th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Alliances, Biofuel, University Research |

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

Sapphire Energy, pioneering in Green Crude production, signed U.S. – China Eco partnership program with  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 on […]

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