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Algae Biofuel Can Help Meet World Energy Demand say USU Researchers

USU Algae Plant ColoradoMicroalgae-based biofuel not only has the potential to quench a sizable chunk of the world’s energy demands, say Utah State University researchers, it’s a potential game-changer. “That’s because microalgae produces much higher yields of fuel-producing biomass than other sources of alternative fuels and it doesn’t compete with food crops,” says Jeff Moody, who completed a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from USU in May 2014. Continue Reading →

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ABO’s 2014 Algae Industry Survey Shows Optimism, Continued Job Creation and Increased Commercialization

Washington, D.C. – March 26, 2014 – A new survey of the algae industry conducted by the Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) broadly shows an industry that is growing, from increased production of biomass and oils, to increased hiring, to a wider variety of end products. The survey was conducted in March 2014 and includes more than 280 responses from companies and individuals involved in directly producing and buying algae or algae-derived products, as well as equipment manufacturers, research laboratories, providers of equipment or materials, government agencies and service providers. Continue Reading →

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Mikrobizide aus Algen

“Biologische Mikrobizide aus Algen und Pflanzen zur Konservierung von kosmetischen Formulierungen“ standen in den letzten drei Jahren im Focus der Projektarbeit von IGV Biotech. Die natürlichen Konservierungsmittel sollen sowohl chemisch-synthetische Konservierungsstoffe in konventioneller Kosmetik ersetzen, als auch den strengen Anforderungen von Naturkosmetik gerecht werden. In dem von der ILB unter der Registriernummer 80139583 geförderten Projekt wurden Mikroalgen sowie Makroalgen und ausgewählte Pflanzen bezüglich ihrer mikrobiziden Inhaltsstoffe untersucht. Continue Reading →

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