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RELEVANCE

Global fossil fuels supplies dwindling


SUSTAINABILITY

Fast-growing, easily utilised marine algae which fix carbon dioxide


BIOTECHNOLOGY

Oil production from cultivated micro-organisms


BIOFUEL

Energy readily convertible from marine plants

Energy from Algae

In September, Dr Michele Stanley attended a meeting on New Energy technologies.

Organised by Synnogy, a company that instigates and facilitates cross-organisational strategic thinking on New Energy technologies, the New Energy Forum aims to bring together decision makers from a wide range of stakeholder organisations to help optimise strategic thinking in the new energy arena. Michele gave a presentation on BioMara, providing an overview of the project’s progress in micro- and macro-algal research, to a group including representatives from BP Europe, Alstom, the Carbon Trust and the Algal Bioenergy Consortium.

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BioMara is supported by the INTERREG IVA Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.

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