Concrete, polyurethane, bioplastics, cosmetics and, oh, fuels – so many big things to make from algae, it’s become a big deal.
Recently, the Algae Biomass Organization reported that during the course of 2012, ABO added more than 150 new members for 2012 and 2013, including 99 that signed up during the Algae Biomass Summit this past September in Denver, Colorado. ABO further stated that their new memberships reflected a wider range of industries in 2012, driven by the increasing impact of algae technology as an economical and environmental source of sustainable fuels, chemicals, food and other valued-added products. That’s for sure.
Tags: Bioconcrete building materials, bioresin, food ingredients, nutraceutical products, Sahara Forest, alkanes, algae bioreactor, biodiesel, hydrolysis, PBR technology, oleochemical industry, aquaculture industry
Air Liquide Group
Algae Biomass Organization (ABO)
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Creighton University School of Medicines
Dordan Manufacturing Co. Inc.
Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
University of Adelaide
University Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
US Department of Energy (DoE)
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