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  • Research and development in photosynthesis solutions for animal feed industry

    Corn is a popular animal feed, and is a good representative of the feedstock commercial market. Algae has a much shorter yield-cycle than corn, and thus significantly reduces total growth time (from planting to harvest) and also greatly improves total annual yield. That is, with algae, you get multiple harvests in a single year rather than just one with corn, while at the same time also reducing costs. Nitrogen and Phosphorous are important components of animal feed.

    By Phenometrics, Inc. based in Lansing, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Water Recirculation System for Fish Farming

    Research project where no chemicals are used in water treatment and water is only added to replace any evaporated water. The fish are grown in a tank with closed water circuit. The waste produced by fish are utilized by growing algae. The grown algae are returned for fish feed. Our method allows efficient and environmentally friendly fish farming that can be placed near the consumer.

    By Clewer OY based in Turku, FINLAND.

  • Charantin,Bitter Melon P.E

    Alfa Chemistry offers an extensive catalog of building blocks, reagents, catalysts, reference materials, and research chemicals. We supply DHA algae oil. https://www.alfa-chemistry.com/charantin-bitter-melon-p-e-cas-57126-62-2-item-1442.htm

    By Alfa Chemistry based in Holtsville, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Research and development in photosynthesis solutions for nutraceuticals and health foods industry

    Nutraceuticals – dietary nutrients and supplements – are a growing industry worldwide. The search for new and more diverse nutritional materials at a lower cost has led many researchers to discover that algae is a very viable source for a wide variety of nutraceutical ingredients. As an example, it is now common to find Spirulina, as well as other algae strains, in nutritional drinks and foods (e.g. Odwalla Green Machine). A recent study(7) found that microalgae lipids could serve as a source of...

    By Phenometrics, Inc. based in Lansing, MICHIGAN (USA).

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