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  • 10 years ago

  • 10 years ago

    Cultivating local wild algae would be ideal for biofuel if they could produce sufficient percentages of lipid oil, unfortunately they ... - more»

  • 10 years ago

    I understand that John Benneman was carrying a placard which read " Abandon Hope " in the 3rd Algae World summit in Singapore ! Is that right !!

  • Shankar says
    10 years ago

    More than 40% of all clean-tech venture capital funding worldwide went to firms in California as investments in those companies more than tripled to $2.9 billion in the first half of 2010.

  • 10 years ago

    Nice to hear, because i am still 21 and have many friends looking for biotech jobs :) - more»

  • 10 years ago

    House sent an unmistakable message of support to the hundreds of companies, scientists, entrepreneurs and government agencies working to accelerate the development of algae-based fuels, which will create jobs, decrease emissionsand reduce nation%u2019s dependence on imported fossil fuels Mary Rosenthal

  • 10 years ago

    Jason Pyle of Sapphire Energy said opening incentives up to algae biofuel projects will mean jobs for states including New Mexico and California.

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    "The simple question is, can you get enough additional productivity in bioreactors to offset the additional cost of PBRs?"

  • 11 years ago

    Rally a good post... bringing smiles on old members and raising curiosity for new members... Good job :) - more»

  • 11 years ago

    I totally agree with the concept, but please make sure that you have a proper cost effective technology in hand ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    Every 5 second, one child under the age of 5 dies because of hunger and malnutrition!!!!!! India has ... - more»

  • Mahesh commented on ALGAE FOR FOOD
    11 years ago

    Answer: 1) yes.. 2)ya, to some extent. 3)The practice so far is like that, but it is not mandatory .. - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    " Joule expects its first revenue in 2012 when it brings its diesel to market, and expects to have the first production plant fully operational in 2013" Hope this turns out to be true !

  • 11 years ago

    Researchers at the University of Michigan have published the feasibility of a two-step hydrolysis-solvolysis process to produce biodiesel directly from wet algal ... - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    Frito-Lay, snacks co of PepsiCo, is adopting compostable crisp packets. Wal-Mart, is expanding its use of bioplastics. Procter & Gamble, a consumer-products giant, recently agreed to use some biochemicals made by Amyris in its products. Industrial biotech is getting going !

  • 11 years ago

    Algae is the answer it is just a question of the most cost effective system. We are working predominantly in ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    Algae need water and Nitrogen (amongst other things)and the simple answer to both is URINE. - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

    Shell becomes a sugar giant with the $ 12 b Csoan tie up. Solazyme tied up Bunge Limited. Another sugar giant. Should i buy sugar stocks now ?

  • 11 years ago

    We also believe that this quest will begin with a cottage indusry, and have designed our latest bioreactor for this ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    Solar powered bioreactor. Wind, wave and solar power are not cost effective. Algalsolution is the first green energy company to achieve cost effectivity with their patented Solar powered algal bioreactor. To see more www.algalsolution.com