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Algenol’s patented technology enables the production of the four most important fuels (ethanol, gasoline, jet, and diesel fuel) for around $1.27 per gallon

[17th, Oct 2013] Algenol’s patented technology enables the production of the four most important fuels (ethanol, gasoline, jet, and diesel fuel) for around $1.27 per gallon.

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Food and Fuel in the 21st Century: Stephen Mayfield at TEDxUCSD

[25th, Jun 2013] Stephen Mayfield is director of the San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology, and a co-director of the Food and Fuel for the 21st Century organized research unit at UC San Diego. He is also the John Doves Isaacs Chair of Natural Philosophy in the department of Biology. His research… Continue reading Food and Fuel in the 21st Century: Stephen Mayfield at TEDxUCSD

Solazyme Taps Asia Market In Algae Oil Deal With Japanese Conglomerate

For all the hope and hype surrounding algae-based biofuels, producers like Solazyme are finding perhaps more success in selling their low-carbon oil for use in cosmetics, lubricants and food. Witness the $20 million deal Solazyme announced last week with Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co. to develop new algae oils for the oleochemical industry… Continue reading Solazyme Taps Asia Market In Algae Oil Deal With Japanese Conglomerate

GreenFuel Technologies: Growing algae

[USA] GreenFuel Technologies is developing an ‘Emissions-to-Biofuels’ technology. This clip describes how the company grows algae that consumes CO2 from smokestacks, then it’s harvested to create a variety of biofuel sources. Continue reading GreenFuel Technologies: Growing algae