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  • 11 years ago

    Dear members of Oilgae Club,I am happy to share the accomplishment of our company, AlgaeTech International in the field of ... - more»

  • Irene says
    11 years ago

    it is very important that you are not in a wrong way at begining, then have a little faith in what we are doing and try our best.(*__*)day day up

  • 11 years ago

    Scientists from a consortium of nine central laboratories have undertaken a project to discover potential of making bio fuel ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    A Japanese government-affiliated research institute has developed technology for creating a diesel fuel from materials such as grass cuttings and wood chips, The ... - more»

  • Karthi says
    11 years ago

    oilgae is now on youtube - http://www.youtube.com/user/oilgae

  • 11 years ago

  • 11 years ago

    Hello Friends,       How are you? Participating in the conferences in Italy,Japan & London, I am back here with report of some species which ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    i think to start with, you can try Bligh and Dyer method using chloroform-methanol for lipid extraction. - more»

  • 11 years ago

    Bionavitas is supposed to be making low cost PBRs, isnt it ? Anyone who has tried their pbr ? - more»

  • 11 years ago

    I agree with Shankar. Now the price question has been resolved to a great extent. Let us congratulate Solazyme for delivering ... - more»

  • Krupali says
    11 years ago

    The gold dust twins of advanced biofuels, Jonathan Wolfson and Harrison Dillon at Solazyme have been working nearly a decade on their Solazyme brainchild and ran the gamut on ways to grow algae before settling on their 'grow in the dark' strategy. KRUPALI

  • Krupali says
    11 years ago

    Paul Woods, who has shepherded Algenol Biofuels from a little-known start-up to near household-recognition status within biofuels, landing a signature partnership with Dow and a massive grant from DOE for its unique algae-to-ethanol process. KRUPALI

  • 11 years ago

    First you need to read a hell lot of literature!! - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 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.

  • Irene says
    11 years ago

    will the day really come that hydrogen from nonfossil sources becomes a leading energy source or at least as important as fossil fuels being used currently?

  • 11 years ago

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

  • 11 years ago

  • 11 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 ... - more»

  • 11 years ago

    Hey peeps.. Am looking to buy Marine Diatoms and Cyanobacteria for my research. Please suggest algae cultures collection centres in Singapore ... - more»

  • Shankar says
    11 years ago

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