The 2nd Algae World Europe conference in Brussels addresses the 4 key pillars of algae commercialization, and explore the biology, engineering, marketing and financial aspects of the algae value chain. Panel of industry experts will also share their views on Algae for biofuels and high-value co-products like pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics, aquaculture feed, bioplastics, coatings, etc. The program includes a site visit to see up-close the running of a fully operational commercial algae production and processing facility.
Brussels, Belgium (PRWEB) Feb. 15, 2010 -- The 2nd Algae World Europe conference will meet in Brussels on 22-23 April 2010 to shed light on developing a sustainable algae commercialization model. The event is the 4th in the series of Centre for Management Technology's (CMT) Algae World conferences series which provide a vantage view on the entire algae value chain and its commercial viability, as well as spotlight on algae's diversity and multiple co-products. Successfully held in Singapore, Rotterdam and Bangkok since 2008, Algae World is recognized as an important platform for productive exchanges among the Academic, Commercial and Investment community.
Supported by extensive research with industry stakeholders, the 2nd Algae World Europe has identified and incorporated the 4 key pillars of successful algae commercialization into the conference topics agenda:
1. System Optimization for Large-scale Algae production
2. Improving Algae Productivity and Processing Efficiency
3. Development of High Value Co-products
4. Promise and Reality of Algal Biofuels
Top industry executives from leading algae producers like Cyanotech (USA), Seambiotic (Israel), Alpha Biotech (France), SBAE Industries (Belgium) will be sharing views on algae cultivation and production systems, specifically touching on production economics, cultivati
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