2015 is the final year for the EnAlgae project, and after four years’ study, experimentation and dissemination the end is now very firmly in sight. Partners working on the project are busy finishing off reports and working on presenting their final conclusions. This will come to fruition when the project holds its final close-out conference in the Autumn. The event is due to take place in Brussels on 29th and 30th September. Further details on this event will be published in due course.
It may be the final year for the project but there’s no let up on events for our project. Already this year we’ve seen Dr Raju Pathmaswaran from BCU head out to California to deliver a talk on ontology-based economic models for bioenergy and biofuel projects. We’ll also be delivering talks at the very first UNESCO-IHE event looking at algal technologies for waterwater treatment in Delft in the Netherlands.
In the UK, our partners at Cambridge University are hosting an 'Algae Round the World' event on 19th March. The symposium will showcase new research on microalgae from the UK, Europe and further afield, including Antarctica! With the day split into three parts, EnAlgae will be the main focus for the second session. We’re presenting work on algal cultivation that makes use of industrial symbiosis and nutrient recycling.
Once more this year we are very pleased to be hosting the Algae Event at the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition in Vienna. The event takes place on Tuesday 2nd June, and the call for abstracts will close on 2nd March. Last year’s inaugural event was very well attended and received and the hope is to capitalise on that success this year. We hope to see you there!
a four-year Strategic Initiative of the INTERREG IVB North West Europe programme. It brings together 19 partners and 14 observers across
7 EU Member States with the aim of developing sustainable technologies for algal biomass production
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