The First Enhance Microalgae Newsletter has been released and sent to subscribers, covering project updates from the past few weeks. To never miss a newsletter, and to stay up to date with the project, simply enter your details in the ‘subscribe’ box at the bottom of the page.
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Members of the Enhance Microalgae team presented at the Future algae and Fungi technology congress, in Japan on 13-14th May. In doing so, Dr Judith Rumin and Dr Laurent Picot of  University of La Rochelle presented 30 minute talks relating to the Enhance Microalgae project, with Dr Rumin presenting “Microalgae in the European Atlantic area in...
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The entire of the first section of the Decision Support Book is available now on the DST page for all to view! Check out the page for more information on the Decision Support Tool, and to download the updated book which features core information, such as an introduction to microalgae, and introduction to culture systems, and...
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In February 2019, members of the Enhance Microalgae team participated in the European Commission’s Knowledge Centre for Bioeconomy workshop titled “Algae production in Europe: status, challenges and future developments”.  This workshop connected relevant specialists from the algae industry, and was organized in the context of the growing interest in Europe for the bio-based sectors in...
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An international symposium dedicated to research, innovation and industrial development of the microalgae sector in the European Atlantic area took place in La Rochelle on December 12th, 2018. The invited microalgae experts from the Atlantic area countries and project partners discussed for 1 day on gaps and barriers limiting the microalgae sector development in the...
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Members of the Enhance Microalgae team from Université de La Rochelle have completed a bibliometric analysis of microalgae publications in the European Atlantic Arc and Europe. The findings from this analysis can be found in the two following presentations: Analysis of the top 5 most published species Overview of microalgae research in the European Atlantic area...
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Swansea University researchers involved in WP7 of the ENHANCE Microalgae project (, have finished successfully the first culture trial in their brand new Phyco-Flow Photobioreactor ( Isochrysis galbana was the microalgae chosen to test the new PBR. Isochrysis is a well-known delicate (flagellate) species that is widely used in aquaculture. After harvesting (Picture 1), the...
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The third chapter of our decision support tool book is available for viewing now.   Either view the book here, or visit our dedicated page
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The University of Manchester have welcomed Gonzalo Figueroa-Torres to the team of researchers who will be working on the Enahnce Microalgae project. By way of introduction, we asked Gonzalo to provide a bit of information about himself: I am a research-driven Chemical Engineer with a strong bioprocess engineering background, and experience on: Algae cultivation: nutrient...
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Dr Claudio Fuentes Grunewald, researcher involved in WP7 of EnhanceMicroAlgae project, was invited by Instituto Tecnológico de Canarias, to give a presentation in the “Harmful Algal Biotechnology” workshop on the 22nd and 23rd of May, 2019. Dr Fuentes Grunewald gave an interesting presentation on how to scale up microalgae culture, giving tips and suggestions to...
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