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nicholas bell
University of Manchester
Please find below the proceeding for a talk given at the Advanced World Research on Yeast & Future Algae conference in Tokyo, May 13th and 14th 2019 below. The presentation paper, titled Microalgae carotenoids induce apoptosis and chemosensitization of human melanoma cells to vemurafenib and dacarbazine, was authored by Laurent Picot, Claudio Fuentes Grunewald, Kevin, Flynn and Judith...
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The University of Manchester has welcomed Elisabeth Bermejo Padilla to the Enhance MicroAlgae research team. In order to introduce herself, we asked Elisabeth to tell us a bit about herself: I am a researcher with a strong background working on Microalgae Biotechnology:  autotrophic growth at lab scale and lab scale photobioreactors (Infors), metabolites (carbohydrates, hydrocarbons,...
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The Enhance Microalgae project will be hosting the conference “Enhancing microalgae potential: From microalgal strains to products” in Manchester on June 17-18th 2020. The conference will bring together academics and industrialists to promote knowledge transfer and discussion of research and industrial developments within the microalgae sector, as well as disseminate the scope and outputs of...
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The November 2019 Issue of the Enhance Microaglae newsletter has been released, with news on updates on the project, as well as information on our participation in conferences and workshops, with an update on the next conference being hosted by the Enhance Microalgae conference. Click here to view this month’s newsletter, or subscribe below to...
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Diogo Cruz, Enhance Microalgae Project partner from CIIMAR delivered a seminar on Friday 15th November as a part of CIIMAR’s weekly seminar scheme. Diogo’s seminar outlined how the Enhance Microgalgae project is hooping to increase the competitiveness of micro-algal industries within the European Atlantic Area, with further details available on the poster above.  
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Members of the EnhanceMicroAlgae project, María José, Martiña and Diogo Cruz, together with the coordinators of the European Blue Biobank (EBB) project (https://www.bluebiobank.eu/project/), participated in the Business2Sea forum, and on November 12th delivered a workshop titled  Fostering development of microalgal-based industries: legal and practical aspects, offering advice on the commercialisation of algae. More information on the...
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During the 21-22 of October, the Associação Portuguesa de Algologia Aplicada (APAA) Conference was held at CIIMAR (Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research of the University of Porto). EnhanceMicroAlgae was mentioned (presentation slide below) as one of the projects based on LEGE Culture Collection from CIIMAR. More information on this conference can be found...
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The October 2019 Issue of the Enhance Microaglae newsletter has been released, with news on updates on the project, as well as information on our participation in conferences and workshops. Click here to view this month’s newsletter, or subscribe below to make sure you don’t miss future newsletters
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The latest edition of our Newsletter has been released, and contains information on our Swansea event in September. Click here to view the newsletter, and fill in your details at the bottom of the page to subscribe to have future newsletters emailed to you!
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On September 12th, 2019, the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL), leader of the WP3 of EnhanceMicroAlgae project, organised the first edition of Sciencepreneurs, gathering several teams that are focused on developing innovative technologies to solve some of the global grand challenges. During the event, organized by INL and Startup Braga, and powered by the EnhanceMicroAlgae...
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