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Stephen Mayfield, director, San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology, University of California, said: “Countries with a well-trained technological force like ... - more»
Hi Mia Franceska Thanks for posting it.I did some more search and got some responses on this huge claim.As usual ... - more»
News Alert: OOIL lands an order worth up to $1 MillionWelcome Back!Let’s get right into it. Last time I alerted ... - more»
Microalgae absorb sunlight and through photosynthesis can produce hydrogen gas. In theory these microalgae can produce hydrogen, in practice it ... - more»
When American algae producers, harvesting, extraction technologies, researchers,and engineering companies who agree that algae could be one solution to help ... - more»
Is this a measure of the apettite for algae to oil/ hvp like solazyme to go public !!? - more»
not that much.. :) - more»
Congratulations to Surajit Khanna and the rest of the crew for your successful efforts in bring a new commerical algae venture into existence.
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Rising for a second consecutive day, a two day rise of 67.9% January 27Remarkable. Especially considering that I thought that ... - more»
The 24-hour circadian clock found in human cells is the same as that found in algae!A study conducted by Researchers ... - more»
OOne Mr Puneet had m messaged me as below. SSome of you who are experts in this field, pl do ... - more»
The EBI report has done more harm to the industry than good. - more»
Are there several important funding & tech breakthroughs lately or is it just me having been away (from this site)?
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The US Navy will use only "third generation" biofuels. That means no ethanol made from corn . The Navy is only testing fuels like camelina and algae that do not compete with food, that have a carbon footprint cleaner than fossil fuels and that can be grown cheaper than fossil fuels.
The Navy will use only %u201Cthird generation%u201D biofuels. That means no ethanol made from corn . The Navy is only testing fuels like camelina and algae that do not compete with food, that have a carbon footprint cleaner than fossil fuels and that can be grown cheaper than fossil fuels.
Good steps but do you have more details?? - more»
If you work in or dream of working in algae fuels research, this is an opportunity you just cannot miss!Oilgae ... - more»