The conference, which is organised by EABA, the European Commission and DLG BENELUX, will take place 1-3 December in Lisbon, Portugal. It will be a unique opportunity for the exchange between academia and industry, and also a chance for the networking in an environment that will allow to discuss the evolution of the Algae Biomass […]
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The following 26 and 27 of the current week, it will be available in the Galician technological park a space for the networking and the spread of the product portfolio of the Galician companies that are linked to the biotechnological, agribusiness and biomass sectors. Fifteen companies have been the chosen ones for the AgroBiotech meeting, which […]
There is a directly proportional relationship between the demand for plant protein and the reduction of meat consumption. That is something normal and expected if we take into account some recent news about that issue, for example the last WHO (World Health Organisation) report, in which they link the consumption of processed meat and colorectal […]
Jumo is a German company leader in the field of industrial sensor and automation technology. Its products are synonyms of quality warrantee for more than 50 years, during which it has been promoting a continued innovation and looking for solutions for measure and adjustment problems in industrial processes, which has caused the development of a […]
Nowadays, there are several photobioreactors models in the market, but only few of them are designed for all kinds of microalgae (marine and fresh water). In Aqualgae, we know how vital and necessary the progress of science in the world is; consequently, we have thought about a new photobioreactor concept, which reduces the maintenance tasks […]
AQUALGAE is a case study for the award-winning SCADA/HMI software Indusoft! Read more: http://www.indusoft.com/Marketing/Article/ArtMID/684/ArticleID/583/Flexible-HMISCADA-is-Key-to-Success-for-Microalgae-Production-in-Europe