• Algae cultivation in parallel film reactor (PFR) to produce omega-3s for the nutraceutical market
  • Utilizing forward mutation for selection of high-lipid-profile algal strains
  • Company harvests up to 50% of the biomass per day, and he claimed a productivity of 48 grams per m2 per da...

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