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  • 10 years ago

    Today I received my newsletter from the algaeindustrymagazine.com with this report: The Chesapeake Algae Project brings together W&M scientists and their partners to ... - more»

  • 10 years ago

    Here I am back and just received disturbing news from my german news-letter IDW: http://idw-online.de/pages/en/news388224 Oceans acidify much faster than ever before ... - more»

  • 10 years ago

    In sense to this post a little reminder to this news given 4 month ago which shows that development ... - more»

  • 10 years ago

    Hallo Oilgae friends, here a little bit of information about ALGAE CCS : http://www.netl.doe.gov/publications/proceedings/03/carbon-seq/PDFs/158.pdf and : http://uregina.ca/ghgt7/PDF/papers/nonpeer/075.pdf and: http://www.rwe.com/web/cms/en/213188/rwe-power-ag/innovations/coal-innovation-centre/rwes-algae-project/ I like to mention that we ... - more»

  • Manohar says
    10 years ago

    Compared to a normal plant, which grows vertically, an algae grows 360 degrees. So does it grow 360 times that of an average plant ??

  • Shankar says
    10 years ago

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

  • 10 years ago

    Hallo Oilgae friends,sorry that I haven`t reached to answer all the quesdtions from the last articel (blog?). You know my ... - more»

  • Shankar says
    10 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 !

  • 10 years ago

    Triggered by the post: "The Linux model...."  I will participate with a short overview the way we at Algae Nova ... - more»

  • 10 years ago

  • Shankar says
    10 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 !

  • 10 years ago

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

  • 10 years ago

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

  • Shankar says
    10 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 ?

  • Aathmika says
    10 years ago

    Sapphire Energy says that its Algae-based fuels emit approximately two-thirds less CO2 than petroleum-based fuels. How is it possible ?

  • Emily says
    10 years ago

    When the petroleum prices go up, venture funding will go up on oilgae business. The time is not far away.

  • Emily says
    10 years ago

    The problem for many biofuels companies has been the steady decline in petroleum prices, which make costlier alternatives much less attractive.

  • Emily says
    10 years ago

    The present productivity of penicillin synthesis by fungi is 5000 times as high as it was 50 years ago.

  • Emily says
    10 years ago

    Cereplast expects to complete the development of its breakthrough technology for new algae-based resins and offer a first grade of Cereplast Algae Plastics? for commercial use by end of 2010

  • 10 years ago