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Commercialising Microalgae: Last few days to register for this one-day business workshop

There are only 10 days left to register for the â€œCommercialising microalgae: Determining industry needs” consortia-building event on Tuesday 16th June 2015 in Birmingham.  If you are an industry looking for bio-alternative molecules or new functionality, then register today, as there are a limited number of places remaining and registration closes on 12th June.

At this one-day business workshop, you can find out how microalgae offer huge chemical potential but critically meet the businesses and senior academics that could help you develop your next new or bio-alternative product. 

If you have already identified a microalgae-based chemical but are looking for the optimal cultivation and/or bioprocessing technology, then join the businesses already registered to attend with such expertise.

 

Who will be there?

Algae Food & Fuel
AlgaeCytes Ltd
Aragreen (UK) Ltd
ARSANet Ltd
BBSRC
Cranfield University
Croda Europe Ltd
Edinburgh University
Industrial Phycology Ltd
Innovate UK
KTN Ltd
Loughborough University
Maturus Optimi Industrial Consulting
Membranology
Neem Biotech Ltd
New Food Innovation Ltd
Newton Biochemicals
Orkla Health
Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Sampson Solutions Ltd
SAMS
Scottish BioenergyLtd
Swansea University
Sysomega
TeeGene Biotech Ltd
The Austin Company
Unilever
University College London (UCL)
University of Cambridge
University of Chester
University of Essex
University of Manchester
University of Nottingham
University of Oxford
University of Sheffield
University of Southampton
Varicon Aqua Solutions Ltd
Xanthella Ltd

 

Who should attend?

Businesses and senior academics looking for bio-alternative molecules, new functionality or have expertise in the culturing or bioprocessing of microalgae:

  • Consumer goods companies
  • Oil and gas companies
  • Chemical companies (e.g. commodity, speciality, fine)
  • Transport companies
  • Biotechnologists
  • Analytical experts (e.g. bioinformatics, omics, mass spec etc)
  • PBR and fermenter experts
  • Food and drink industry
  • Feed industry
  • Nutraceutical industry

 

Find out more

Find out more and register here.

Michelle Carter (michelle.carter@ktn-uk.org) will be happy to help answer any additional questions or provide introductions to potential project partners. 

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