[Iceland, Global] Following the success of its previous editions and to mark our 10 year anniversary, ACI’s European Algae Industry Summit is heading to Reykjavik, Iceland on the 29th & 30th of April 2020, to continue its exploration of the algae industry’s development. The event will take a look at the last 10 years of the industry’s growth and the prediction on its future.
This new edition will focus on improving production methods, both from an efficiency and a sustainable perspective, with case studies from key players of each segment bringing forward their experience.
The conference will also take an in-depth look into the most recently developed technologies, the potential of algae as a biomaterials, as well as the way to get algae to the next level, on a standards, awareness and marketing levels. The various conference topics will be discussed through case studies sessions and interactive panel discussions, to ensure a positive exchange with all industry actors involved.
The participants will also have the chance to discuss how to keep the industry thriving as a whole during the numerous Q&As, and the extended networking breaks.
Join us in Reykjavik for a highly interactive & informative conference, whilst enjoying the networking opportunities with your peers.
During the afternoon of Tuesday 28th April, a day prior to the conference, a limited number of conference delegates will receive the unique opportunity to visit Algalif’s Production Plant.
Algalíf Iceland is a commercial producer of natural products derived from microalgae. The company was founded in 2012, but began formal operations in Iceland in October 2013. The company is dedicated to solving the nutritional needs of current and future generations and currently produces high-quality astaxanthin, through cultivation of the microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis. Astalíf™ astaxanthin was the first step in creating microalgae-derived products using an in-house designed tubular photobioreactor (PBR) cultivation system, powered by a proprietary LED lighting system. By using this production method, Algalíf has set new industry benchmarks for astaxanthin production and surpassed industry-accepted maxima of astaxanthin content in algae biomass, as well as the overall process productivity.
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