D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims to build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to

build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae

D-Factory project aims
to set biorefinery

world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by
the
European Commission's FP7, aims to build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European

Commission's Seventh

Framework Program, which aims to

build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world

benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims

to build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by
the European Commission's FP7, aims
to build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European

Commission's Seventh Framework

Program, which aims to

build a biorefinery with

the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory,
a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims to

build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program,

which aims

to build a biorefinery with

the... biotechnology microalgae

D-Factory project

aims to

set biorefinery world benchmark
| A4F
D-Factory,
a four-year collaborative project funded by
the

European Commission's FP7,

aims to

build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the

European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims to

build a Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the

European Commission's Seventh

Framework Program, which aims to build a

biorefinery

with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative

project funded by the European Commission's FP7,

aims to build a Dunaliella

biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to

build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world
benchmark |

A4F

D-Factory, a

four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims to build a

Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch,

a four-year

collaborative

project funded by the European Commission's

Seventh Framework Program, which aims to build
a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims

to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded
by the European Commission's FP7, aims to build
a
Dunaliella biorefinery. D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to build a biorefinery with the... biotechnology microalgae D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark | A4F

D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark

D-Factory, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's FP7, aims to build a Dunaliella biorefinery.

D-Factory launch, a four-year collaborative project funded by the European Commission's Seventh Framework Program, which aims to build a biorefinery with the Dunaliella microalgae. This microalgae will serve as a sustainable raw material for the creation of products with added value.

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D-Factory project aims to set biorefinery world benchmark

The University of Greenwich is leading a €10m international project, called the ‘D-Factory,’ to build a biorefinery to develop the microalga Dunaliella as a sustainable raw material and turn every part of the alga into something useful.

Project leader Professor Pat Harvey, from the university’s Faculty of Engineering & Science, said, “The race is on to develop a broader spectrum of compounds from algae, which can be turned into high-value products including food and medicines. If we can make algae biorefineries commercially viable, we will have developed a new industry founded on an environmentally-kind raw material which is also sustainable. The potential is huge.”

The research brings together 13 research institutions and businesses from eight countries, including world-leading experts in the biochemistry of Dunaliella, in large-scale cultivation of microalgae, in novel harvesting technologies and in bioprocessing development.

Together they aim to set a world benchmark for a biorefinery based on microalgae. Plans include the largest commercial cultivation of the single-cell organisms, in water raceways, lakes and photobioreactors.

The project “hopes to demonstrate” the business case for global investment in algae biorefineries, and in large-scale production of microalgae within three years, in order to raise investment for the first prototype D-Factory in Europe.

The Dunaliella alga has been chosen because it produces a wide range of compounds, appropriate for the ‘biorefinery’ concept, which aims to use every element of a biomass. It can cope with extreme conditions, from salt caves in the Antarctic, to salt pans in the tropics. The high salinity and light intensity turns the microalgae orange by producing protective carotenoids. The pink-orange of many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified by the presence of archaea, fellow single-celled organisms.

The D-Factory, or CO2 algae biorefinery, is a four-year collaborative project with funding from the European Union’s FP7 Cooperation Work Programme.

The 13 D-Factory partners include:
Universities and research institutes: University of Greenwich, UK; National Technical University of Athens, Greece; Institute for Energy and Environmental Research Heidelberg, Germany; Marine Biological Association, UK. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs): A4F AlgaFuel S.A., Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies, Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute of SwedenDynamic Extractions, UK; NateCO2, Germany; Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnologica, Portugal; Evodos, Netherlands; Hafren Investments, UK; IN, Italy.

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aims build
Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch

four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will

serve

sustainable material creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’

build biorefinery develop

microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey

from university’s

Faculty Engineering
Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also
sustainable potential

huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight

countries
including world leading experts

biochemistry of  Dunaliella

large

scale cultivation microalgae novel

harvesting

technologies bioprocessing

development Together they world
benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation
single
cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global
investment algae biorefineries large scale production
microalgae within

three years order raise investment

first prototype Factory
Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing 
Dunaliella
 is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory
 algae biorefinery four

year collaborative project with

funding from European Union’s

Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National

Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine

Biological Association Small medium

enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal; 

Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica

Portugal;  Evodos

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benchmark

Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative

project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework

Program which

aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world

benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international

project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn

every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty

Engineering

Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries

commercially

viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material

which

also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry

of Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel

harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery

based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways

lakes photobioreactors

project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within

three
years order raise investment first prototype Factory

Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen because produces

wide

range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept

which
aims every element biomass

cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns

microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory

CO2 algae biorefinery four year

collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory

partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association

Small medium enterprises SMEs : A4F

AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto

Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos

Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy

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benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project

funded

European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will

serve

sustainable material

creation products with added value

Full Article Transcript below: Factory

project
aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga
into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable

will have developed industry founded environmentally kind

material

which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from

eight
countries including world leading experts
biochemistry
of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world
benchmark biorefinery based
microalgae Plans

include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways

lakes photobioreactors

project “hopes demonstrate” business case global

investment algae biorefineries large scale
production

microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory

Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass

cope

with extreme conditions

from salt caves Antarctic
salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective

carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea

fellow single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery
four
year collaborative

project with funding from European Union’s

Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich

UK;  National Technical University
Athens Greece; 

Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine Biological Association

Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel

Portugal;  Nature

Beta Technologies Israel; 
SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments UK;  Italy
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Factory

four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European

Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve

sustainable material creation products with

added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich

leading €10m international project called ‘D

Factory ’ build biorefinery develop

microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from

university’s Faculty Engineering

Science said “The

race develop broader spectrum
compounds from algae which turned into high value
products including

food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry

founded environmentally kind material which also

sustainable potential huge

research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading

experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large scale cultivation

microalgae

novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include

largest

commercial cultivation single

cell

organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production

microalgae
within three years
order

raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen

because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity

light

intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective

carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms

Factory CO2 algae biorefinery four year

collaborative
project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy
Environmental
Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium

enterprises SMEs : A4F

AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature

Beta Technologies

Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN

Italy

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biorefinery world

benchmark Factory four
year

collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four

year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh

Framework
Program which aims build biorefinery

with Dunaliella microalgae

This
microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products
with added value Full
Article Transcript below: Factory

project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae

which turned into high value

products including food medicines make algae

biorefineries
commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also
sustainable
potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from
eight

countries including world leading experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale

cultivation microalgae

novel harvesting technologies

bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans

include
largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production
microalgae within three years order raise
investment first prototype Factory Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide
range compounds appropriate

‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity

turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt
lakes containing 
Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea fellow
single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg
Germany;  Marine

Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments

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four year

collaborative

project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build

biorefinery with biotechnology microalgae Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded
European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will
serve

sustainable material creation

products with

added value

Full

Article Transcript

below: Factory
project aims biorefinery world
benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international

project called
‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable
material

turn every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into

high

value products including

food
medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind
material which also

sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella

large scale

cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies

bioprocessing development

Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans

include largest commercial cultivation single cell
organisms water raceways
lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business

case global investment

algae biorefineries large
scale production microalgae within three

years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope

with extreme conditions from salt
caves

Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity

light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory

CO2 algae biorefinery four year

collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation

Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical

University

Athens Greece; Institute Energy

Environmental

Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine

Biological Association Small
medium enterprises SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy
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year
collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework

Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella

microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added value Full Article

Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga into

something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race
develop broader
spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will
have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries
including
world leading experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing
development Together they
world benchmark biorefinery
based microalgae Plans include largest commercial

cultivation single

cell

organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first

prototype Factory
Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate
‘biorefinery’ concept

which aims every

element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high

salinity light
intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange
many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella

 is intensified presence archaea

fellow single
celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical
University
Athens Greece; 
Institute Energy
Environmental

Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos

Netherlands;  Hafren

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four year collaborative
project funded European Commission's
aims build Dunaliella
biorefinery Factory

launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims

build

biorefinery with biotechnology microalgae Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build

Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch
four

year collaborative

project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve
sustainable material creation products with

added value Full Article Transcript

below: Factory project aims

biorefinery

world benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop
microalga Dunaliella as

sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor

Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines

make algae
biorefineries commercially viable will

have developed industry founded environmentally kind material

which
also sustainable potential huge research
brings

together research institutions

businesses

from eight countries

including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large
scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors
project
“hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga

been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic

salt pans tropics high salinity light

intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes

containing Dunaliella is intensified

presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory CO2 algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners

include:
Universities research institutes: University

Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises

SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature

Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical
Research

Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2

Germany; Instituto Biologia

Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos

Netherlands; Hafren Investments
UK; IN
Italy

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biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella

microalgae This

microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build

biorefinery develop

microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum

compounds from algae which
turned into high value products including food medicines
make algae biorefineries
commercially viable will have
developed industry

founded environmentally kind material which

also sustainable potential

huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae

novel harvesting technologies

bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial

cultivation
single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe
The 

Dunaliella  alga been chosen

because produces wide

range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves

Antarctic

salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns

microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella  is intensified

presence

archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with

funding
from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg

Germany;  Marine Biological Association Small

medium

enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos

Netherlands; 

Hafren Investments UK;  Italy Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with biotechnology

microalgae Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory

four year
collaborative project funded
European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year
collaborative project funded European

Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with

Dunaliella microalgae
This microalgae will serve
sustainable

material creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from

university’s Faculty Engineering

Science said

“The
race develop broader
spectrum compounds from algae
which turned into high
value products

including food medicines make algae biorefineries

commercially

viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research

institutions businesses from eight countries
including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies

bioprocessing development

Together

they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation

single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global

investment algae biorefineries

large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment

first

prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope

with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high

salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange
producing

protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory CO2 algae biorefinery

four year collaborative project
with funding from

European Union’s Cooperation

Work

Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental

Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small

medium enterprises SMEs : A4F

AlgaFuel

Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy

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biorefinery world

benchmark Factory four

year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build

Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with

added

value Full Article

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world benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn

every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from

university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds
from algae which
turned

into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially

viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions

businesses from

eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of 

Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae

novel harvesting

technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark

biorefinery
based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business

case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate

‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with

extreme conditions from salt

caves

Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea

fellow single celled

organisms Factory  algae
biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from
European Union’s Cooperation Work
Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical University Athens Greece; 

Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel

Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments UK;  Italy Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms
Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative

project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery

with biotechnology

microalgae Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project

funded
European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added value

Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world

benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn

every
part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The
race develop
broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into
high value

products including food medicines

make

algae biorefineries commercially

viable will have developed industry

founded environmentally kind material which also

sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large

scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes

photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae

within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen because produces wide range

compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’
concept

which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity

turns microalgae orange

producing protective carotenoids pink orange

many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence
archaea

fellow single celled organisms Factory

CO2 algae biorefinery

four year collaborative project with

funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory
partners include:
Universities
research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical
Research Institute

Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN

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funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's
Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation
products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery
world benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which

turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which

also

sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries

including world leading

experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans

include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms

water raceways lakes

photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business
case

global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces

wide
range compounds appropriate
‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from
salt caves Antarctic
salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective

carotenoids pink orange

many salt lakes containing 

Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea fellow

single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four
year collaborative project with funding from European

Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine

Biological Association Small medium

enterprises SMEs
AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2
Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica
Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments UK;  Italy Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms

Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year

collaborative project
funded European
Commission's Seventh

Framework Program which aims build biorefinery

with biotechnology
microalgae Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh

Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable

material

creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery

world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international

project
called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable
material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader Professor Harvey from
university’s
Faculty Engineering Science said

“The race develop broader spectrum

compounds from

algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially
viable
will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also
sustainable potential huge

research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries

including

world leading experts biochemistry

of Dunaliella large scale cultivation

microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae

Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project

“hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae

biorefineries large scale production
microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga
been

chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’

concept

which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves

Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity
light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink

orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory CO2 algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from

European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National

Technical University Athens

Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research

Institute Sweden; Dynamic

Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy

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aims build Dunaliella

biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh

Framework
Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added
value

Full Article Transcript below:

Factory project aims biorefinery

world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project

called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella
 as sustainable

material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty

Engineering
Science said “The race develop broader
spectrum compounds
from algae which
turned
into high value products
including

food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded

environmentally

kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions

businesses from eight countries
including

world leading experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation

microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development
Together

they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae

Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water

raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae

biorefineries

large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept

which aims every
element biomass cope

with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing

protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella  is
intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme
Factory partners include:
Universities

research institutes:  University Greenwich

UK;  National Technical
University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg
Germany;  Marine Biological Association
Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto
Biologia
Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; 
Evodos
Netherlands;  Hafren Investments UK;  Italy Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory
launch four

year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program

which aims build biorefinery

with
biotechnology microalgae Factory
project

aims biorefinery world benchmark

Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's

aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which
aims build
biorefinery with Dunaliella

microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark

University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful

Project leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum

compounds from
algae which turned into high

value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts

biochemistry of Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel
harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based
microalgae Plans include largest commercial

cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project

“hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production microalgae

within

three years order raise investment

first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga

been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from

salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange

producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory
CO2 algae

biorefinery four year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s

Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research
institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium
enterprises SMEs : A4F

AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute

Sweden; Dynamic

Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy

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project aims biorefinery

world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh

Framework Program which aims build biorefinery

with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae

will serve sustainable material creation products with added value
Full Article Transcript below:
Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella  as sustainable material turn every part alga

into something useful Project leader  Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop

broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high

value
products including
food medicines make
algae biorefineries commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which
also
sustainable potential huge research brings together research
institutions
businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of  Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae
Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project

“hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae

biorefineries
large scale production microalgae within three years order raise investment first
prototype

Factory Europe The 

Dunaliella
 alga been chosen because produces
wide
range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’
concept which

aims every element biomass cope with

extreme conditions

from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity

light
intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange many salt
lakes containing  Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with
funding

from European Union’s

Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners include:
Universities

research institutes:  University Greenwich UK; 
National Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK;  NateCO2 Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments UK;  Italy Algae
future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Factory four year
collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with biotechnology microalgae
Factory
project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project

funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded

European Commission's

Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with

Dunaliella
microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material
creation products

with added value Full Article Transcript below: Factory project

aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project

called ‘D Factory ’ build biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as
sustainable

material turn every part alga into something useful

Project
leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering
Science said “The race develop broader
spectrum compounds

from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines

make algae biorefineries

commercially viable will have developed industry

founded
environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together
research
institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel
harvesting

technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark

biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation

single cell organisms water raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case
global investment algae biorefineries large scale

production microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’

concept

which aims

every element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic

salt pans tropics

high
salinity light intensity
turns

microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids

pink

orange many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory CO2 algae biorefinery four year collaborative project

with funding from European Union’s Cooperation
Work

Programme Factory partners include:
Universities research institutes: University Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium enterprises SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental

Tecnologica Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy

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Factory
project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build

Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded

European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will serve sustainable material creation products with

added value
Full Article Transcript below:

Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark University Greenwich leading €10m international project called ‘D Factory ’ build

biorefinery develop microalga  Dunaliella
 as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project leader  Professor
Harvey from

university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into

high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries
commercially viable will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research
brings together research institutions
businesses
from eight countries
including

world leading experts

biochemistry of 

Dunaliella large

scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark

biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell
organisms water

raceways lakes photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries

large scale production
microalgae within three years order raise investment first prototype Factory Europe The  Dunaliella  alga been chosen because produces wide range
compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept which aims every
element biomass cope with extreme conditions from
salt caves

Antarctic salt pans tropics

high salinity light

intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink

orange
many salt lakes containing  Dunaliella  is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms
Factory  algae biorefinery four year collaborative project with

funding from European Union’s Cooperation Work Programme Factory partners

include:
Universities research institutes:  University Greenwich UK;  National Technical University Athens Greece;  Institute Energy Environmental Research  Heidelberg Germany;  Marine

Biological Association

Small medium
enterprises SMEs AlgaFuel Portugal;  Nature Beta Technologies Israel;  SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden Dynamic Extractions UK; 
NateCO2
Germany;  Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica Portugal;  Evodos Netherlands;  Hafren Investments
UK;  Italy Algae future Rights
Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four
year collaborative

project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with biotechnology microalgae

Factory
project aims biorefinery world benchmark Factory four year collaborative project funded European Commission's aims build
Dunaliella biorefinery Factory launch four year collaborative project funded European Commission's Seventh Framework Program which aims build biorefinery with Dunaliella microalgae This microalgae will

serve sustainable material creation

products with added

value Full Article Transcript

below:

Factory project aims biorefinery world benchmark

University Greenwich leading
€10m international project called
‘D Factory ’ build

biorefinery develop microalga Dunaliella as sustainable material turn every part alga into something useful Project

leader Professor Harvey from university’s Faculty Engineering Science said “The race develop broader spectrum compounds from algae which turned into high value products including food medicines make algae biorefineries commercially viable

will have developed industry founded environmentally kind material which also sustainable potential huge research brings together research institutions businesses from eight countries including world leading experts biochemistry of Dunaliella large scale cultivation microalgae novel harvesting technologies bioprocessing development Together they world benchmark biorefinery based microalgae Plans include largest commercial cultivation single cell organisms water

raceways lakes
photobioreactors project “hopes demonstrate” business case global investment algae biorefineries large scale production
microalgae

within three years order raise

investment first prototype
Factory Europe The Dunaliella alga been

chosen because produces wide range compounds appropriate ‘biorefinery’ concept

which aims every
element biomass cope with extreme conditions from salt caves Antarctic salt pans tropics high salinity light intensity turns microalgae orange producing protective carotenoids pink orange
many salt lakes containing Dunaliella is intensified presence archaea fellow single celled organisms Factory CO2 algae biorefinery four

year collaborative project with funding from European Union’s Cooperation

Work

Programme Factory partners include:
Universities

research institutes: University

Greenwich UK; National Technical University Athens Greece; Institute Energy Environmental

Research Heidelberg Germany; Marine Biological Association Small medium
enterprises SMEs : A4F AlgaFuel

Portugal; Nature Beta Technologies

Israel; SPTechnical Research Institute Sweden; Dynamic Extractions

UK; NateCO2 Germany; Instituto Biologia Experimental Tecnologica

Portugal; Evodos Netherlands; Hafren Investments UK; IN Italy