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The science of algae

Algae roast anyone? Article in The Times on algae

An interesting article from The Times Britain must become a global centre for meat alternatives such as edible algae and fermented protein, according to the national food strategy. Henry Dimbleby has argued that there is no way of meeting Britain’s climate goals...

SuSeWi featured in interview on Talking Plant Protein

The plant protein focussed portal  "Talking Plant Protein" has featured an interview with SuSeWi's CEO and Co-Founder Keith Coleman. You can access the interview by clicking on the "learn more" button below. Please get in touch with us directly through the Contact Us...

SuSeWi mentioned in Energy Transitions Comission report

SuSeWi's plant based net-zero solution is mentioned in this report. In its new report Bioresources within a Net-Zero Emissions Economy, the Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) makes plain that, while bioresources are in principle renewable, not all forms of biomass...

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Algae could protect coral reefs

Algae could protect coral reefs

"Scientists have discovered a type of algae that could play a key role in protecting coral reefs against climate change. Coral reefs all over the world are being badly damaged as warming oceans...

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High pressure homogenisation of algae

High pressure homogenisation of algae

"Extraction of biofuels and bio-products from algae is on the rise. Recent years have seen a substantial increase in demand for food, energy and valuable chemicals, which has led to the rise of...

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Algae Demand our Attention

Algae Demand our Attention

"Algae is hot right now, and not just because global warming is exacerbating massive algae blooms (you'll understand later). If you've been paying attention to recent design trends, you've likely...

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