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  • 8 years ago

    We are pleased to invite oilgae club members to our Algae Talk Session on 19 Sep 2011 at Technology Park Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Algaetech is organizing "Algae Talk Session" with ... more

  • 8 years ago

    Dear Members of Oilgae, I will be attending a algae talk session by Dr. Jonathan Trent, OMEGA Scientist, Ames Research Center, NASA on 19 Sep at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.I have a ... more

  • 8 years ago

    Last year , Shell’s officials announced that Shell will narrow its research paths in advanced biofuels from 10 advanced technologies to five in 2011, and described 2011 as “the year ... more

  • 8 years ago

    Dear members of Oilgae Club,I am happy to share the accomplishment of our company, AlgaeTech International in the field of Algae-based Carbon Capture. Our company has constructed a photobioreactor system, ... more

  • 9 years ago

    Scientists from a consortium of nine central laboratories have undertaken a project to discover potential of making bio fuel commercially from microalgae.The project called ?New Millennium India Technology Leadership ... more

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  • 9 years ago

    List of companies and Universities working on algae jet fuel: Companies 1. Solazyme 2. Honeywell UOP 3. Solena 4. Sapphire Energy 5. Imperium Renewables 6. Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation Universities 1. Arizona state university 2. Cranfield University Supporting Airline Industries 1. Boeing 2. Honeywell/UOP 3. ... more

  • Parkavi says
    9 years ago

    Algae Biofuels Focus of Session at Delaware Conference - Tamra Fakhoorian with the National Algae Association talks on %u201CAlgae for Energy: The Long Road to Fuel" Independence.%u201D

  • Parkavi says
    9 years ago

    Solazyme delivers 20,000 gallons of algae-based shipboard fuel to the U.S. Navy

  • Parkavi says
    9 years ago

    Algae-based biofuel can have 4X carbon footprint of petro-diesel, study says - http://www.smartplanet.com/business/blog/smart-takes/algae-based-biofuel-can-have-4x-carbon-footprint-of-petro-diesel-study-says/9708/

  • Parkavi says
    9 years ago

    PetroAlgae, uses algae, diatoms, angiosperms, or cyanobacters to produce diesel fuel, has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a public offering of stock to raise an estimated $200 million - http://smartenergynews.net/2010/08/12/petroalgae-files-for-200-million-public-offering/

  • Parkavi says
    9 years ago

    According to a study released by the San Diego Association of Governments, algal biofuels research employs 410 scientists but increases to 784 jobs including indirect jobs. The industry provides nearly $44.6 million in salaries.http://domesticfuel.com/2010/08/09/san-diego-a-hot-bed-of-algal-activity

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  • 9 years ago

    Does someone have any concrete info about photobioreactors? I try to investigate working pricinple of photobioreactors (conversion-efficiency-production) and I need to find out more. Thanks. more

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  • 9 years ago

    What about the BIOPAL project..BIOPAL project was started to explore the use of algae as raw material for production of bioplastics and biocomposites contributing to sustainable development of european coastal ... more

  • 9 years ago

    Soley Institute is also producing Bioplastic from Spirulina dregs. When they extract some of useful materials from Spirulina microalgae, a large volume of Spirulina dregs are producing as a byproduct. ... more

  • Rock says
    9 years ago

    is there someone who is able to explain what's going on inside photobioreactors? how PBR's get CO2 and nutritions? how they are harvested, with taking out newly produced algae? There is also a heat production with photosynthesis, how can it be used? I will try to find out.

  • 9 years ago

    Looks like carbon capture using algae is going to be a tough job!! Trying to imagine the area required for such a system.. more

  • 9 years ago

    Is this equipment used only in closed systems like photobioreactors or for openponds as well? Do you have proven increased productivity due to the use of BMR? more

  • 9 years ago

    Botryococcus braunii grows slowly but more

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  • 9 years ago

    HI well one of the drawback of this algae is the lower rate of biomass production. Hence others like nanochloropsis and dunalliella have an edge over it more

  • 9 years ago

    Can anybody update me on this microalga and its potential for being used as biofuel? more

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  • 9 years ago

    Can anybody tell about the genes which could be manipulated to make microalgae secrete oil!!!!!!!! more

  • 9 years ago

    Well relatively new to this field I wish to know if cyanobacteria is better than algae for biofuel production? more