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Algalif Achieves Non-GMO Project Verification for Astalíf Astaxanthin Ingredient

Algalif®, Icelandic producer of pure, high-grade, natural astaxanthin from microalgae, has announced it has achieved Non-GMO Project verification for its Astalíf™ 5% and 10% oleoresin ingredients. The Non-GMO Project Product Verification Program is North America’s only third-party verification for non-GMO food and products. This third-party verification ensures that Astalíf 5 and 10 have been comprehensively […]

[ More ] January 31st, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae for food, Algae Non fuel products |

UK Microalgal Biotechnology: Creating a Unified Vision | 1-2 February 2018

Exploring developments within the UK and international microalgal sector. This two-day conference will discuss challenges and opportunities from different perspectives (academic, SME, start-up companies, multinational, grant and legislative) and examples. Source

[ More ] January 25th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Events |

1st Nordic Algae Symposium 2018 (NAS18) | 31 Jan 2018

The symposium will gather together industrial and academic researchers from Nordic countries who are working with cyanobacteria, micro and macroalgae. Several European industrial algae companies will also present their ongoing activities. In the evening the symposium will overlap with 1st Annual meeting of the Nordic Center of Excellence ‘Towards Versatility of Aquatic Production Platforms: Unlocking the Value […]

[ More ] January 25th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Energy-Events |

The Seaweed Lady touts skin-care benefits of B.C.’s coastal species

Japanese have employed species of the algae in their skin-care regimens for centuries to help cleanse and hydrate while fighting signs of aging. Here in B.C., Seaflora founder Diane Bernard has been doing the same for the past 15 years. Now affectionately known as the “Seaweed Lady”, the Vancouver Island resident worked as a seaweed harvester […]

[ More ] January 23rd, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae cosmetics |

Genes from algae used to treat blindness

French biotech firm GenSight Biologics has been granted permission to employ gene therapy as a treatment for blindness in a trial that will see the first use of optogenetics in humans. After being given the green light by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), the company announced that it would treat a group […]

[ More ] January 23rd, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae Pharmaceuticals, Research |

University of Twente Develops C02 Capture Device To Advance Sustainability

Researchers at the University of Twente, the Netherlands, have developed a new device for the capture of atmospheric carbon dioxide to stimulate the growth of algae, an important bio-commodity. The technology can also be used to store solar and wind energy. The device, which is designed for microalgae production, can capture 500 grams of CO₂ daily, or […]

University research spinoff bets on protein play for whole algae power

Startup Triton Algae Innovations is betting on a whole-cell protein positioning for an algae species that has been researched for years for its nutraceutical and pharmaceutical ingredient production potential. The San Diego, CA-based company passed a significant regulatory milestone recently with self affirmed GRAS status for its wild type algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. The company said that […]

Edging Close to Greener Fuel Cells with Algae

Cambridge scientists have edged closer to greener fuel cells by designing an algae-powered cell five times more efficient than existing plant and algal model. The model also offers the potential to be more cost effective and practical to use. The demand on energy is ever-increasing as the global population rises, and the threat of climate […]

Spirulina finds success in Dutch start-up’s algae chocolate

Dutch start-up The Algae Factory is pushing the foodpairing boundaries with its algae chocolate that contains sustainably sourced spirulina. This is a very unusual combination but the chocolate combines well with spirulina. The company has worked a lot on the recipe to find the best variety of cocoa that can soften the taste of spirulina. […]

[ More ] January 23rd, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae for food, Algae Non fuel products |

Europe Bets On Cultivating Oxygen With Microalgae in Space

The European Space Agency (ESA) announced a novel experimental project to cultivate oxygen with microalgae in spacecraft and avoid the need to transport it from Earth. According to a statement, researchers from the Artemiss pilot project will analyze how photosynthesis takes place in space. It is the process by which organisms convert light into energy, […]

[ More ] January 10th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Photobioreactors |

Meet the startup creating edible straws to help save our oceans

Loliware is currently in process of developing biodegradable straws which can be eaten after use or composted. They’re made out of seaweed-based materials and they have a shelf live of two years. If you leave them in liquid, however, they’ll dissolve in 24 hours. Seaweed is a renewable resource that does not require land resources and actually absorbs […]

Gardner recycles runoff water to produce microalgae-based biofertilizer

Robert Gardner, a professor of bioproducts and biosystems engineering at the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center, hopes to capture and recycle the nutrients in runoff water and produce an environmentally friendly microalgae-based biofertilizer. Gardner’s research funded in part by a MnDRIVE Environment seed grant could reduce demand for synthetic fertilizer while […]

Omega-3 enriched milk by microalgae-fed cows could boost food nutrition

New research out of Harper Adams University found that adding microalgae to cow feed could increase the amount of omega-3 fatty acids in milk, which then improves the level of the nutrient in cheese produced from the enhanced liquid. This data could spur microalgae use at the beginning of the food chain. It also could have […]

Juice It Up! Launches New Blue Vitality Spirulina Bowl

Juice It Up!, US based leading smoothie, raw juice bar, and hand-crafted smoothie bowl chains, is starting the new year strong with the introduction of its innovative Spirulina bowl, aptly named Blue Vitality for its naturally “blue-tiful” hue. Furthering the brands commitment to offering some of the most functional products in the industry, Juice It Up! […]

3D printing from algae bioplastic eliminates waste

Studio Eric Klarenbeek has found a method for turning industrial organic waste products such as potato starch and cocoa husks into biodegradable furniture and home accessories. The studio grows mycelium fungi for use as a coloring and binding agent that holds the bioplastics together once they are printed. Longer term, the company’s goal is to create […]

Farmesa may put up PHL seaweed center

Argentinian food-additive maker Laboratorios Farmesa SAIC  plans to put up a seaweed processing plant in the country. The manufacturing operation will be the first of the Argentinian company outside of its home country and will include a sourcing component. Their expansion plans can bring them closer to both the source of their main ingredient seaweeds, as […]

[ More ] January 10th, 2018 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Cultivation, Seaweed |

Industry Leaders Announce Breakthrough in Eco-friendly Inks

EcoEnclose and Living Ink Technologies have announced the world’s first commercial printing press using Algae InkTM. The commercial print job was performed for Alluvian, a client of EcoEnclose and niche manufacturer of small-batch aquatic botanical soap and sustainable grooming products.  Algae Ink is the world’s first modern, commercial black ink made with 100% renewable pigments. As the first […]

Ministry launches algae production techniques project

Saudi Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Eng. Abdul Rahaman Bin Abdel Mohsen Al Fadli, launched the “Research and Development on Algae Production Techniques in KSA” project. Al Fadli signed Joint Cooperation Agreement with several governmental institutions and private sector to implement and support the project. The under secretariat for Agriculture at the Ministry, Eng. […]

Scientists say tiny algae eat pollutants

Chinese scientists have discovered a new strain of microalgae — microscopic, single-cell photosynthetic organisms that produce oxygen — capable of absorbing 90 percent of the greenhouse gas and industrial fumes that are components of smog, while producing high-quality algae oil for a wide range of products. Wang Qiang, the lead scientist behind the project at […]


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