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August 11, 2022: Researchers from the EU’s REALM project are producing microalgae in drain water from greenhouses — allowing microalgae cultivators to cut their costs and farmers to clean their water outputs.
August 9, 2022: With a new CEO in place, Simris is now pursuing the highest value application area for microalgae: the biopharma sector in general and the novel Antibody Drug Conjugate market for cancer treatment in particular.
August 4, 2022: Clean Seas Seafood Limited, a global leader in full cycle breeding, production, and sale of Yellowtail Kingfish; and CH4 Australia, a licensee and technology leader for the production and harvest of Asparagopsis for methane mitigation in livestock, have announced an R&D collaboration into the propagation and commercial cultivation of Asparagopsis.
Algae cells are typically 10 times smaller than land-based crop cells. Tiny cells create exponentially larger surface area, which correlates directly with significantly higher bioavailability compared with food grains.