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Algae are a large and diverse group of simple, typically autotrophic organisms, ranging from unicellular to multicellular forms. The largest and most complex marine forms are called seaweeds (wiki)

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Biomass News June 22, 2017

ExxonMobil, Synthetic Genomics modify an algae strain to more than doubled its oil content. #biofuel ow.ly/TLUM30cIQvO‪DOE names new director of ORNL @BiomassMagazine…Continue

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Started by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron Jun 21.

ATP3 Algae Cultivation Training 2 Replies

Hey folks,This seems like a great opportunity for anyone looking to get some hands on experience and in depth training in many different aspects of algae cultivation.…Continue

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Started by Robert Meyer. Last reply by Robert Meyer Sep 3, 2016.

We are not Potted Plants 2 Replies

But considering the activity in this group, one of the larger ones on AquacultureHub, ther is scant activity in an area that is critical to aquaculture - mariculture development.  That algae is…Continue

Started by Dave Takaki. Last reply by Maxime Lesage Apr 19, 2016.

Harmful algal blooms could become a problem of the past 1 Reply

Harmful algal blooms could become a problem of the pastOhio State University ExtensionHarmful algal blooms shut down Toledo’s water supply for two days in 2014. Such blooms are dangerous to human…Continue

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Started by AquacultureHub Team. Last reply by Dr Oori Weisshaus Apr 18, 2016.

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Comment by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron on June 20, 2017 at 4:04pm

A seaweed derivative could be just what lithium-sulfur batteries need https://scienmag.com/a-seaweed-derivative-could-be-just-what-lithiu... via @scienmag

Comment by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron on September 5, 2015 at 5:52pm

Thanks for sharing Bhaskar. We'll support your efforts.

Comment by M V Bhaskar on September 3, 2015 at 4:45pm

Hi

We have submitted a proposal to Climate CoLab contests organised by MIT, USA about use of Diatom Algae to reduce energy consumption for sewage treatment and reuse of water.

Proposal for  Energy-Water Nexus contest
Nualgi - Diatom Algae- Oxygen
Our entry is available at -

There is a popular choice award for proposals with highest number of votes. Anyone can register on Climate CoLab site and vote. 

It will be very helpful if all those interested in Algae vote for us, we require 8 votes to take the lead.

Regards

Bhaskar

Comment by Dr. Tetsuzan Benny Ron on April 17, 2015 at 12:13pm
@aquaculturehub: DOE to host webinar on biofuel sustainability April 22 | http://t.co/vBo8646em8 http://t.co/JnCGSGc3Nv
Comment by Frank 'Palani' Cipriani on April 5, 2010 at 7:27am
Dave....Sorry for the Phaeodac typo; (80+% lipids....should read 40+% with a 80+ R-Value).
Comment by Dave Takaki on February 6, 2010 at 3:34pm
Mahalo Palani,

I'll follow up.
Comment by Frank 'Palani' Cipriani on February 6, 2010 at 11:55am
Aloha Dave!

Try check-out fusiform Phaeodactylum tricornutum.....I call it "fatty-fusiform".....
Comment by Dave Takaki on September 24, 2009 at 9:13pm
Microalgae as fuel feedstock is definitely on the frontburner, but I still look at high lipid microalgae as feed for verts and inverts.

And yeah, when I started reading about CO2 from powerplants being used to boost algae production for biofuel feedstock, I started wondering what kind of lipids were being produced, and if we could produce high quality feed material in conjunction with the fossil fuels we burn to produce over 90% of the electricity in Hawaii.

I thought of Hawaiian Electric's Kahe Point powerplant, with the CO2 going up its stacks, lots of sunshine on the Leeward Coast.

The next ideation was what would an oyster fed such a fatty diet would taste like...
Comment by Craig Emberson on September 24, 2009 at 8:08pm
interested in biotechnology and genetic engineering tests with algae to produce a better strain of algae for production of biofuels.
 

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