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Algae Around the World Symposium, 19 March, Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is hosting a symposium showcasing new research on microalgae coming from the UK and further afield, via collaborative projects. Algae are present in every biome of the planet, ranging from species found in the coldest regions of Antarctica to the hottest deserts. This remarkable biodiversity means that algae represent a rich resource: as expression hosts,...
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Can algae help solve the problem of NOx released from biomass?

Dr Naomi Ginnever, a member of the EnAlgae team, has written an interesting article exploring the potential of to solve the problem of what to do gases from wood biomass burning. Nitric o xide  and nitro gen dioxide (NOx) are released during the burning of wood biomass, and this can be news for governments who are desperately trying to meet emissions targets. However,...
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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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