Aurora Algae

  • NOTE: Company appears to be inactive since 2015
  • Uses and develops saltwater Nannochloropsis algae species using selective breeding and no transgenic engineering
  • Species is lighter in color than many algae, enabling deeper ponds and faster doubling times, Paul claims
  • Holds IP...

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