[Malaysia, Japan] Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) in collaboration with Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is set to mark Continue reading SBC, Mitsubishi forge tie-up in mega algae cultivation project
[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?
[USA] New research has evaluated a number of specific regions across the United States and concluded Florida is the best for algae Continue reading Florida ‘best site’ for algae cultivation
[Global] A glass PBR for algae cultivation can be configured in a variety of ways in order to achieve a high level of efficiency. The Continue reading Factors that influence the economic efficiency of algae cultivation through the glass components of a photobioreactor
[Global] Commercial tubular glass photobioreactors have been in profitable operation for nearly two decades, with many new algae Continue reading Efficient and biologically safe: algae cultivation in glass tubes
[USA] USTAR recently awarded an Industry Partnership Program (IPP) grant for a project that aims to solve wastewater issues with a Continue reading USTAR awards industry partnership program grant to address wastewater issues
[Japan] Euglena Co Ltd and Kobashi Industries Co Ltd (Okayama City) built a “dike-type microalgae culturing pool” by using dike Continue reading Japanese firm applies rice paddy construction technologies for culturing microalgae
[EU] A new €5m European project aims to make it cheaper and easier to enrich food, nutraceuticals and cosmetics with microalgae. Continue reading EU project aims to improve extraction and cultivation of microalgae
[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?
[USA] Washington State University researchers have developed a way to grow algae more efficiently — in days instead of weeks — and Continue reading Algae cultivation technique could advance biofuels