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Wonder what is the latest timeline that is suggested by experts for algae fuel commercialization...I recently read that Synthetic Genomics suggest that it could be beyond 2025, perhaps even 2030 when we can realistically expert algal fuel to be in the market
Coyne, an expert in algal blooms and an associate professor in marine biosicences@ the University of Delaware, discovered that the ... - more»
Beyond Biofuels: Integrating Algae in the Built Environment - http://bit.ly/11aapuI
@ Krupali- Check this link - http://www.youngagain.org/books/betaglucan.pdf - more»
That's quite interesting! What are the applications of this compound? - more»
Beta glucan is a thoroughly researched compound with scientifically proven benefits. The problem is that it has been historically produced ... - more»
Yes, the extraction is expensive when organisms such as yeasts are involved since it has only 10-15% of beta glucan ... - more»
Isnt the extraction of Beta Glucan expensive? - more»
The 7th annual Algae Biomass Summit will take place September 30 - October 3, 2013 at the Hilton Orlando in Orlando, Florida. ... - more»
When do algae fuels become a commercial reality??
Optimization for higher production (which methods are used to achieve that?) - more»
Which Algal strain will be suitable for the research....
Friends... i wanna to do a project on " Genetic manipulation of algae to improve self-aggregation "
Am inviting your comments and suggestions ......
I want to be on the next taste panel !!!! - more»
Hi Tom,I like the articles you post over here. I would like to hear what you think about my choice ... - more»
The best sensors to use are solid state sensors, but they should be true solid state sensors, not gel/polymer.They should ... - more»
This was an interesting article http://www.cleantick.com/portal/news/pages/1043. The idea is to produce 16 times more algae than existing technologies. The process allows algae ... - more»
Origin Oil 's technologies are amazing - this in particular is my favorite http://goo.gl/BlR3Y - more»
Hi Tom,I was just wondering if there were any commercial algal strains being sold in Asia after reading this blog: ... - more»
City - Las Cruces
Country - United States
Role - Research & Academia
About - I am a PhD candidate presently working in algal biofuels (Photobioreactors) area.