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2nd Algae World Europe Tracks Algae Commercialization from Algae Production to High-value Products- Nutraceuticals, Aquaculture Feed, Cosmetics, Biofuels and More
Date:2/15/2010

on parameters, process integration, carbon capture, recycling of industrial effluents and up-scaling. Speakers representing Proviron (Belgium) and Culturing Solutions Inc. (USA) will offer a glimpse into the breakthroughs they have achieved in their production tools.

The 2nd Algae World Europe also provides an objective review of the conversion technologies for producing high value co-products touted as the key intermediate step for large-scale algae commercialization. Considered as the 'factories of the future', algae contains proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids, which have many applications including Biodiesel, BioEthanol, Bio-jetfuel, Nutritional Supplements, Nutraceuticals, Pharmaceuticals, Aquaculture Feed and Animal Feed, Coatings, Bioplastics, Biochemicals, Fertilizers and Cosmetics.

There is also a one day focus on Algal Bioenergy at the conference, and a key representative of the European Commission will address the regulatory view on Algae as a feedstock of choice for the European Biofuel industry in a key session. Capricorn Venture Partners n.v. will also offer pointers on how to raise funds for algal biofuels project. Sessions will also explore the different routes to commercializing algal biofuels.

Other sessions on the agenda will cover advances in biotechnology to improve algal productivity, as well as harvesting and processing efficiency. The program ends with a site visit to SBAE Industries' new indoor and outdoor algae production and processing facility.

The 2nd Algae World Europe expects sets to attract an even mix of representatives from the academic, commercial and investment community to build meaningful links and collaborations.


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