[France, Israel] Solabia Group (“Solabia”) today announces that it has acquired Algatech Ltd. (“Algatech” or “the Company”), a global Continue reading Solabia buys Israel microalgae maker Algatech
[USA] As the sustainability agenda rises in the food industry, innovators are increasingly looking at ways of swapping out meat Continue reading From microalgae to 3D printed steak: ‘The future is meatless’
[Global] A NASA-developed technology originally meant to sustain astronauts is changing the way farmed fish are fed—and may help Continue reading The aquaculture industry is trying to take fish out of fish food. Are microalgae the solution?
[France] Algama, the French firm that uses microalgae to make food and drinks, is expanding its product portfolio into new categories. Continue reading Algama plans to boost microalgae-based product range
[India] AlgaEnergy’s wholly-owned subsidiary in India, MicroAlgae Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. (MASI) and Krishi Rasayan Export Pvt Ltd’s Continue reading AlgaEnergy, Krishi Rasayan Group announce joint venture ‘AgMA Energy’ to bring new agricultural dolutions for key Asian markets
[Global] When we are choosing a glass or plastic made photobioreactor (PBR) to grow algae, at first thought, it might seem Continue reading Which algae cultivation method has the lower TCO: PBRs with glass tubing or with plastic containers?
[USA] On the outskirts of Charlotte, the University of North Carolina’s Integrated Design Research Lab (IDRL) is hard at work Continue reading UNC Charlotte’s Integrated Design Research Lab imagines an algae-glass curtainwall
[Norway] The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic Ocean is home to majestic creatures like polar bears, Arctic foxes, Continue reading These reindeer may be getting hooked on seaweed thanks to climate change
[Global] Those bright blue smoothies and puddings that have taken over your Instagram feed aren’t just pretty to look at. They also pack Continue reading Why you might want to add algae to your diet
[Global] A 10% higher algae output in a glass PBR due to thinner walled glass tubing? This is an impressive increase in productivity. Continue reading Field tests confirm: 10% higher algae output in PBRs with only 1.8mm thin glass tubing