«Latest developments in microalgae science, start-up creation, industrialization and experience sharing to overcome gaps and barriers to innovation markets» On 20 October 2022, the EnhanceMicroalgae partners at the University of La Rochelle (Dr Laurent Picot, UMR CNRS 7266 LIENSs, WP4 leader) organised a workshop dedicated to highlighting the latest developments in microalgae science and start-up...Read More
European Atlantic Area has a long tradition in the exploitation of marine resources for different food and feed applications. EnhanceMicroAlgae project helps to secure a continuation of that tradition with high value-added products and long-term sustainable growth through exploiting of microalgae. Microalgae revolutionize the food and feed ingredient industry because of their productivity and possibilities,...Read More
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 UMR 8038 CiTCoM, Faculté de Santé, UFR Pharmacie, Université Paris Cité and IFREMER Nantes gives a...Read More
Please see below the documents and presentations from the October La Rochelle EnhanceMicroAlgae workshop. 2022-EMA-AQUALGAE-20-october 2022-EnhanceM-Marchal A4F Biorefinery EMA PPT Romano final EMA presentation.MGV EMA_Teagasc KT_EMA PPT ENG HIGH La Rochelle Octobre 2022 Microalgae-based bioprocesses and bioproducts Asterio Sanchez programme workshop 2022 Synoxis algae presentation Enhance Algae 20-10-2022 SENT Tonon La Rochelle – Prigen_Oct22_c WP1_ANFACO_meeting_211022Read More
The EnhanceMicroAlgae project will be hosting a workshop on the 20th October 2022 in La Rochelle, France. The workshop will focus on the latest developments in microalgae science, start-up creation, industrialisation, and experience sharing to overcome gaps and barriers to innovation and markets. A full timetable for the day and further information can be found...Read More
EnhanceMicroAlgae partners at Swansea University and King Abdullah University have had their article “Therapeutic Potential of Microalgae-Derived Bioactive Metabolites Is Influenced by Different Large-Scale Culture Strategies” published in Marine Drugs. Microalgae have been identified as one of the most promising sources of novel bioactive compounds for biomedical applications, the food industry, and cosmetics. In the last...Read More
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