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The EnhanceMicroAlgae team will be hosting a Webinar on Thursday 16th July, in which the EhanceMicroAlgae team will present  the virtual tools developed within the project, as well as the other deliverables of importance for the microalgae community. The Webinar will also feature some question and answer sessions, allowing you to find out more about...
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The University of Manchester team have 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 will be maintained and updated over time.   First released...
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Notice: In light of the on-going coronavirus outbreak and the evolving governmental measures taken across Europe to tackle the virus, the upcoming EnhanceMicroAlgae Manchester conference originally scheduled to take place on June 17-18, 2020 will be postponed. We expect to re-schedule the conference for September 2020 when the situation will have hopefully stabilised, allowing all...
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Notice: In light of the on-going coronavirus outbreak and the evolving governmental measures taken across Europe to tackle the virus, the upcoming EnhanceMicroAlgae Manchester conference originally scheduled to take place on June 17-18, 2020 will be postponed. We expect to re-schedule the conference for September 2020 when the situation will have hopefully stabilised, allowing all...
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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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On September 12th 2019 the EnhanceMicroAlgae team at Swansea University offered a successful workshop on microalgae cultivation and downstream processing. Attendees from across Europe toured the facilities within the Department of Biosciences and experienced first-hand how to handle and culture microalgae at both the laboratory and pilot plant scales. Dr. María José Chapela Garrido, EnhanceMicroAlgae...
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Swansea University, leader of the Work Package 7: “Knowledge Research & development towards value application” of the ENHANCE microalgae project has received in mid-April a brand new photobioreactor (in the photo, Phyco-Flow©). This new glass system is the most up to date technology in Europe for growing microalgae species in closed system. With a capacity...
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