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The science of algae

Check out SuSeWi’s pitch for the 2020 HATCH Accelerator Demo Event

At SuSeWi, we have developed and proven innovative technology to produce microalgae on land just as nature has for billions of years – stimulating algae to ‘bloom’ faster than any other organism on earth, using only sun, sea and wind. Marine microalgae provide a...

What Is Algae Oil, and Why Do People Take It?

"When you think of algae, you make picture the greenish film that sometimes develops on ponds and lakes. But you may not know that this marine organism is also cultivated in laboratories for its unique oil, which is packed with omega-3 fatty acids. These fats are...

Food start-ups eye algae as a green protein source

"Entrepreneurs and investors are increasingly focusing on algae as an alternative protein source to help feed a global population that the UN forecasts will rise from 7.7bn today to 9.7bn by 2050.​ In the EU, the algae biomass sector is valued at €1.69bn and employs...

 

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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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T-shirt Biodegrades in 12 Weeks

T-shirt Biodegrades in 12 Weeks

"Tons of clothes are thrown in the bin once they’ve been worn out. As most contain some sort of synthetic material, they cannot easily be recycled or burned – even faux leather is generally made...

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Algae-based Bioreactor

Algae-based Bioreactor

"Development firm hypergiant industries has designed a bioreactor that can suck as much carbon dioxide from the air as an acre of forest. filled with algae, the 3’x3’x7′ cube is intended for use in...

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