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Canadian firm Solarvest signs up German partners to produce organic algal DHA oil

Canadian algae technology firm Solarvest has entered into agreements to produce its omega-3 algae products in the EU. The products will comply with both USDA and EU organic certification requirements, a company official said.   The deal with production partners in Germany that are already well versed in microbial production will shorten the company’s path to market, said...
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Algal Biotechnology and Bioenergy SPARK call closes tomorrow

Do you have a bright idea for a new collaborative project? Are you part of a small or medium sized enterprise (SME) or University/Research Institut e? The Algal Bioenergy Special Interest Group (AB SIG), through the Knowledge Transfer Network, is pleased to announce that  6 Algal SPARK Awards  are now live and able to accept applications.  The SPARK...
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The Algal Biotechnology Sheffield Symposium 2014

The Algal Biotechnology Sheffield symposium 2014 takes place on the 26th August at Sheffield University. The symposium aims to bring together UK based algal research groups to share knowledge, develop ideas and provide a platform for collaboration. Find out more about the 2014 conference and how to register here .
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Survey in Techno-economic modeling for algal cultivation

The AB SIG has had the following request from Fatima Usman Madugu a PhD student at Cranfield Unviersity.  She is working on the development of an integrated TEA (Techno Economic Analysis) model for Microalgae cultivation for biofuels and by-products. The model aims to assemble a range of questions that must be addressed in microalgae to biofuel production and the different perspectives...
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Algal SPARK Awards competition now open

The AB SIG, through Biosciences KTN, is pleased to announce that the Algal SPARK Awards are finally now live and able to accept applications. The SPARKS are being funded as a means to encourage new collaborations between the research community and industry. Projects must be in the area of Algae both macro and micro. This call is now open, with up to 6 SPARK awards available, 3 of...
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Webinar on funding opportunities for Industrial Biotech & SynBio

This KTN webinar provided an update on the upcoming funding opportunities for industrial biotechnology & synthetic biology, with particular focus on the remit of each competition and where applications are likely to fit best. 

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