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Selective nutrient recovery from wastewaters and energy production using microalgae

Industrial Phycology and Swansea University were awarded an ABSIG SPARK Award in 2013 for a project on " Selective Nutrient Recovery from Wastewaters and Energy Production Using Microalga." Industrial Phycology has developed a new process which enables algae for the first time to be used at industrial scales as a wastewater treatment and nutrient recovery process with the goal of...
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Algae from wastewater can solve two problems

In one of the first studies to examine the potential for using municipal wastewater as a feedstock for algae-based biofuels, Rice University scientists found they could easily grow high-value strains of oil-rich algae while simultaneously removing more than 90 percent of nitrates and more than 50 percent of phosphorous from wastewater. The findings, which are based on a five-month study...
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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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