[UK] Pernod Ricard has unveiled a range of “glassless” cocktails that use edible packaging partly developed by Suntory Group’s UK soft Continue reading Pernod Ricard joins edible packaging trend with glass-free cocktails
[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
[Global] SCHOTT offers technically and economically superior products for photobioreactors (PBRs) for the algae cultivation Continue reading Highly efficient tubular glass photobioreactor, manuals and video tutorial guidelines
[Global] Looking for an algae cultivation system with sustainable productivity rates and quantifiable production costs? Searching for a Continue reading How to choose the correct tubing material for photobioreactors?
[USA] With global oil prices continuing to slide, the algae biofuel field has been looking a little gloomy of late. However, algae Continue reading Tina Casey: Shape-shifting glass tubes give algae biofuel a second life
[Germany] As of March 1, 2015, bbi-biotech GmbH, of Berlin, Germany, has begun integrating IGV Biotech GmbH’s Continue reading bbi-biotech takes on IGV’s PBR business
The Personal Microalgae Production Unit by Tom Zogas is equipped with a light and air pump that facilitate the culture of Japanese Chlorella within the domestic environment. Other vessels are also available for the culture of Nanochloropsis, another type of green microalgae. Continue reading Personal Microalgae Production Units
(Jena/Germany) Windows that change their light permeability at the touch of a button, façades, whose color can be changed according to the sunlight, façades and window parts in which transparent photovoltaic modules are integrated or in which microalgae are being bred to provide the house with its own biofuel: This is what the buildings of the future could feature, or at least something similar. Continue reading Intelligent façades generating electricity, heat and algae biomass
During the height of the Victorian era, some of the finest works of art could only be viewed through a microscope. Their materials: The tiniest flotsam and jetsam of nature, and glue.
Starting in the 1830s, commercial Continue reading Making Microscopic Stained Glass, From Diatom