[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?
[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
‘Just wanted to share with you that we’re finally working with the PBRs, and quite happy with them! The strains are growing nicely, Continue reading Phenometrics PBR102-F Photobioreactor System
[Global] Open raceway ponds, plastic bags and glass tubes are some of the most common algae cultivation systems. Continue reading Open raceway ponds, plastic bags or glass tubes?
[Global] Mimi Hall, Phenometrics’ Director of Sales and Marketing wants to invite all benchtop photobioreactor users around the world Continue reading Visit Phenometrics’ photobioreactor product showcases at these events
[Austria] Ecoduna, a biotech start-up in Austria, constructed one of the largest vertical photobioreactor in Europe for the production of microalgae. Continue reading Biotech company built a 230 kilometers vertical photobioreactor in just 10 months
[Mexico] Variconaqua is pleased to announce the latest installation of a 2750 L Phyco-Flow system for Grupo Fagro at their new Continue reading Phyco-Flow installation in Mexico
[Global] Do It Yourself Projects to Get You Off the Grid (Skyhorse Publishing, 2018) is illustrated with dozens of full-color photographs Continue reading DIY algae bioreactor from recycled water bottles
[Global] SCHOTT Tubing provides a series of articles focuses on the uses and construction of photobioreactor in downloadable ebook format. Continue reading Want to know more about photobioreactors? Download FREE ebooks here
[USA] Phenometrics Inc., the leader in benchtop photobioreactors, introduces a new accessory for their PBR-101 photo bioreactors, Continue reading Phenometrics introduces new light calibration tool for PBR101