[USA] Valensa International has reached an agreement with Algal Scientific to commercialize Algal’s PureAlgal branded ingredients Continue reading Valensa to commercialize algal’s PureAlgal
[Mexico] The fast growth of the aquaculture industry has increased demand for feed and ingredients. Because of its high nutritional Continue reading Could microbial-derived nutrients play a key role in aquaculture development?
[USA] Valensa International (Eustis, FL USA) announced today that it has reached an agreement with Algal Scientific Corporation (Plymouth, Continue reading Valensa to commercialize Algal Scientific algae-based immune health ingredients in U.S. human health & nutrition markets
[Norway] Aqua Bio Technology ASA has entered into a development agreement with Banco Espanol de Algas (BEA), a center associated Continue reading Aqua Bio Technology enters new technology partnership
[USA] Steve Clarken joins an expanding team of experienced animal health professionals at Algal Scientific, a world leader in algae-based Continue reading Clarken joins Algal Scientific senior leadership team
[USA] The dietary supplement space is showing a lot of interest in algal-derived beta-glucan, and functional foods are next, says the Continue reading Beta-glucan from algae: ‘It’s a simpler, more bioavailable, and better priced product’
Mike McCabe, D.V.M., joins an expanding team of experienced animal health professionals at Algal Scientific, a world leader in algae-based technology for animal and human health. He brings 24 years of domestic and international experience in animal health, pharmaceuticals, vaccines and Continue reading McCabe joins Algal Scientific leadership team
Plymouth, Michigan (PRWEB) March 27, 2015 – Algal Scientific, a new biotech developer and manufacturer of algae-based products, has introduced a new feeding product to help the food industry produce healthier chickens that are raised without antibiotics. Continue reading Algal Scientific Announces New Solution to Meet Industry Demand for Antibiotic-Free Chicken
A company that makes algae wants the city of Indianapolis to grant it a six-year property-tax abatement to expand its Northeastside labs and production site.
Algaeon Inc. said it plans to spend $4.88 million on equipment to produce algae for use in dietary supplements and Continue reading Algae grower wants city tax break