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Gonzalo Torres
EnhanceMicroaAlgae partners at University of Manchester have developed a new optimised mixotrophic cultivation strategy for multi-product production that epitomises the microalgal biorefinery paradigm. The bioprocess yields enhanced biomass growth as well as significantly increased lipid and starch production. In addition, they have developed a new model of the process which can be used to optimally...
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EnhanceMicroaAlgae partners at the University of Manchester have developed a new mixotrophic cultivation strategy that produces enhanced biomass growth as well as significantly increased lipid and starch production based on a pulse feeding strategy. In addition, they have developed a new model of the process which they have used to optimise the feeding strategy to...
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EnhanceMicroAlgae partners at La Rochelle University (La Rochelle University/CNRS UMR 7266 LIENSs) are developing innovative processes to extract and purify microalgae pigments and develop original applications of microalgae pigments for human health. Their latest work, published in collaboration with IFREMER Nantes and the Génie des Procédés Environnement (GEPEA) lab at Nantes University, gives a comprehensive...
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Our partners from CNRS and researchers from Ifremer, France, have developed a solution which, activated by light, allows to eliminate bacteria responsible for acne. Follow the link to find out more about this anti-acne cream based on an extract from the diatom Skeletonema marinoi (page in French): https://www.francetvinfo.fr/replay-radio/le-billet-vert/sante-des-chercheurs-inventent-une-creme-anti-acne-a-base-de-microalgues_4867361.html The EnhanceMicroAlgae team
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The aim of this book is to provide the reader with a text that explains how to optimise the commercial production of microalgal biomass. The target audience for this work includes: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of biology, process biotechnology and chemical engineering. Engineers engaging in the design and optimisation of microalgal bioreactors. Aquaculturists wishing to...
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The University of Manchester team has complied a Microalgae Strain catalogue containing information on a large variety of strains. The catalogue is part of the deliverables from WP7, led by Swansea University, and includes a wealth of material on strain cultivation, composition, and characteristics. This updated version contains information about more microalgae, besides additional details...
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Microalgae and cyanobacteria represent a diverse renewable resource with significant potential for the industrial production of high value-added goods and services. However, scientific, technical/technological, legislative and market gaps and barriers still limit the growth of these markets in Europe and the number of species exploited. The EnhanceMicroAlgae partners at the University of La Rochelle (University...
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