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EnhanceMicroAlgae partners at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory are studying the potential use of microalgae – rich in nutrients and bioactive compounds – as a functional 3D-printed ink for food applications. They have formulated 3D-printed cookies with enhanced antioxidant activity and colour stability during their storage time by using functional food-inks fortified with the microalgae...
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A new paper written by members of the EnhanceMicroAlgae project has been published in Marine Drugs. This review analyzed 26,137 publications at the European level and gives an in-depth overview of microalgae research with potential markets applications until 2019. The main research concepts contained in the publications, the networks between these concepts, emerging concepts and...
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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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The WP4 led by the University of La Rochelle, France, performed a public bibliometric analysis of the top 15 microalgae genera studied in Europe to improve the visibility of the microalgae sector. This study highlights through numerous graphs the recurrent keywords and emerging keywords of 26,137 European publications as well as scientific consortia working on these genera,...
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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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A new publication by EnhanceMicroAlgae researchers has been published in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. The Nagoya Protocol, which came into force in October 2014, determines the access to genetic resources and fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilisation. The correct implementation of this Protocol is particularly relevant for countries...
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A new publication from researchers within the Enhance Microalgae project is available for viewing, titled “A Bibliometric Analysis of Microalgae Research in the World, Europe, and the European Atlantic Area” In this work, the EnhanceMicroalgae project partners present an in-depth review of microalgae research in a worldwide context, in Europe, and the European AA. A...
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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 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. To have a...
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The research group from Teagasc recently published this article on the TResearch Journal, to present the results obtained from the application of novel extraction techniques for proteins and other bioactives from microalgae.  Click on this link to download the article.
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