[USA] For over a decade, companies have promised a future of renewable fuel from algae. Investors interested in moving the world Continue reading Bioreactors on a chip renew promises for algal biofuels
[USA] There are tens of thousands of known species of microalgae, some of which have been shown to be excellent sources of biofuels, Continue reading A review of recent advancements of microalgae technology and production for commercial applications using the bench‐top PBR
[Germany, Kazakhstan] Sunlight and CO2 is basically almost everything that algae needs to grow. This is because their biomass Continue reading Microalgae and German technology set the scene for “Future Energy”
[China, USA] Phenometrics Inc., the leading manufacturer of desktop photobioreactors for the algae industry, is proud to Continue reading Phenometrics expands into China with new partnership
[Denmark] Industrial agriculture is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions – but what if there was a way to sustainably produce food Continue reading Incredible algae dome absorbs sun and CO2 to produce superfood and oxygen
[Austria] Ecoduna selected Schott after a successful 18-month test of Duran glass tubes in ecoduna’s first vertical photobioreactor Continue reading Europe’s largest algae omega-3 plant uses Schott glass tubes
[Global] Within the methods of closed PBRs, algae cultivation in plastic bags is considered as the easiest and most cost effective Continue reading Should we grow algae in plastic bags?
[Global] The best algae production process for maximum efficiency and economy. A glass PBR for algae cultivation can be configured in Continue reading Open raceway pond, plastic bags or glass tube Photobioreactor (PBR)?
[Kazakhstan, Global] An opportunity to say thank you! to all our partners without whom this fantastic project would not have come Continue reading Sander: LGem at the Astana World Expo 2017
[Global] Photobioreactors with higher productivity are combined with more affordable pricing. In the last five years Continue reading Why is a photobioreactor made from high end glass even better today than it was five years ago