A core remit of the BioMara project was to engage with the wider community.
A group of stakeholders who were interested in the potential for BioMara to help with
their long-term energy needs, business development or social or
scientific projects were involved with the project.
Information is still available to all interested parties on this website, but there are now two other ways to keep informed about algal research.
SAMS is one of 5 partners on this £1.6million ERDF
project, led by Napier University's Biofuel Research Centre, together with the
University of Edinburgh Biochar Research Centre, University of Abertay and the
Scottish Agricultural College.
The Scottish Biofuel Programme works directly with small
and medium sized enterprises in the Scottish business sector providing a wide
range of expertise and support in the conversion of biomass waste to energy and
the production of sustainable biofuels. more....
Marine Renewable Energy Knowledge Exchange Programme
The National Environment Research Council (NERC) funded Marine Renewable Energy KE programme is currently focussed on offshore wind, wave and tidal energy development. Many of the KE activities are directly relevant to demonstration and consent of large scale marine biomass facilities. For example, displacement of fisheries and knock-on socio-economic impacts, potential disturbance / new interactions with mammals and birds at development sites, as well as more generic marine planning issues. To find out more about the programme, visit the programme website