Nádia Correia, PhD student from the University of Algarve in collaboration with Allmicroalgae Natural Products S.A., CCMAR and LNEG, presented her poster “Large-scale production and biomass characterization of a novel Chlorococcum amblystomatis (Chlorophyta) strain“, during “Poster Session “, on October 5.
Joana Manso, Allmicroalgae Business Developer, presented “Culture medium recycling: a procedure to increase microalgae production sustainability”, during the session “Nutrients: Is Utilization Efficiency Important?”, on October 6.
On Joana’s virtual presentation, she explained how organic Chlorella vulgaris can be produced in a more sustainable way without its nutritional properties being affected. The results from Joana Manso’s master thesis allows Allmicroalgae to reduce the water footprint associated to microalgae cultivation.
Innovation in sustainable nutrition: planet-friendly solutions showcased at Vitafoods Europe
Vitafoods Europe, Geneva, 10-12 May 2022, Greentech Group booth I210: Allmicroalgae showcases sustainable microalgae solutions for future-proof nutrition Leiria/Portugal, April 2022: As the world turns increasingly towards plants for sustainable,…