OpenAlgae

  • Technology exclusively licensed from the University of Texas at Austin (UT)
  • Continuous unit to convert algae into oil in three steps: concentration/dewatering, lysing, and separation
  • Lysing technology is core of the technology; a high voltage, low amperage burst of electricity breaks the algae and rel...
  • This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

    Related Research

    Proteinea

    Company Profile | March 11, 2021

    Developing an insect farming system to produce insect‑derived protein ingredients and an insect‑based biotechnology platform to produce recombinant proteins The company's insect protein production system is called Proteinea Farms, and its insect‑based biotechnology platform is called InsectaPro... To read more, click here.

    LanzaTech and Twelve partner for polypropylene from CO₂

    News Commentary | September 15, 2021

    The exact details of the process remain undisclosed, but Twelve (formerly Opus 12) will likely use CO2 electrolysis to produce CO, which will then feed into LanzaTech's microbial technology for polypropylene. The combination of CO2 electrolysis and microbial conversion is also currently being ... Not part of subscription

    Algiecel

    Company Profile | December 14, 2021

    Developing a microalgae photobioreactor (PBR) assembled inside a modular 40‑foot container along with a downstream processing unit; the PBR converts CO2 from industrial processes into algae‑based oil for feed, food, fuel, or cosmetics, biomass for feed or fertilizer, and oxygen for industrial ... Not part of subscription