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Myths and Realities II – Supplementation of microalgae cultures with CO2 – is it worth it?6 November, 2019 in Advice /by Aqualgae
Supplementation of microalgae cultures with CO2 – is it worth it? Our second article focuses on another frequent question: Is the supplementation of marine microalgae cultures with CO2 really useful? On the one hand, CO2 is free in the atmosphere and unfortunately we see the increase in its concentration every year, something that worries us […]
Aqualgae will attend the Ainia Innovation Meetings31 March, 2016 in Current events /by Aqualgae
Ainia is an institute dedicated to research, technological development, production quality and competiveness through some services, online training and projects, which will offer on the 19th of April the Innovation Meetings: the utilization of waste water thanks to the culture and use of microalgae. Companies which attend these meetings could know the microalgae current situation […]
Aqualgae develops a monitoring and water integral management system in the plant of the multinational Azura14 March, 2016 in Current events /by Aqualgae
Despite what you might think, two tomatoes of the same variety, with the same qualities, the same colour and taste, can be very different. One of them could have been grown under conditions far away from the ones proposed by the ILO regulations (International Labour Organization), affecting the environment, while the other one could have […]
The most expensive seafood in the world, fed by microalgae15 February, 2016 in Current events /by Aqualgae
The abalone, or sea ear, is one of the most expensive delicacies in the world, and one of the biggest productions in Europe is located in Muros (Galicia, Spain), in the Galician Marine Aquaculture (GMA) plant, focused on the development and culture of new saltwater high-end species destined for international markets. We are talking about […]
GreenUpGas project, the first upgrading technology based on a 100% biological treatment8 February, 2016 in Research /by Aqualgae
Developing the GreenUpGas technology will be the main objective of this project, which consists on the agro-industrial biogas refinement biological process for the obtaining of biomethane available for the injection in gas nets or its use as a biofuel in vehicles. It will be a collaborative project between several companies, led by the international leader […]
Research of the microalgae production plants layout22 January, 2016 in Research /by Aqualgae
In the design process of a microalgae production plant, there are several parameters to take into account, of which control has a final aim the production optimization. Parameters such as the pH and CO2 level, the temperature or the lighting have traditionally been prioritized in most installations. However, in the case of outdoor plants with […]
Happy new year 2016!28 December, 2015 in Current events /by Aqualgae
From the Aqualgae team, we want to wish you a happy new year 2016!
Using LED as light source for microalgae production7 December, 2015 in Current events /by Aqualgae
Algae organisms are able to manufacture their own food material by photo-synthesis. They can be cultivated under certain conditions of temperature, light, nutrients, pH and water quality. Each one of this major variables must be optimized in order to achieve the best production results, and they basically define our research lines in Aqualgae, allowing us […]