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Thai shrimp and algae-based inks: the surprisingly tight link that you never heard of

Thai shrimp and algae-based inks: the surprisingly tight link that you never heard of

September 27, 2018 |

News arrived from Thailand that the Thai Union Feedmill Co., Ltd. will conduct a large-scale shrimp feeding trial using feed formulated with high-protein algae meal derived from Cellana’s EPA Omega-3-enriched algae biomass.   The Union Feedmill is a top producer and distributor of aquatic animal feeds for both domestic and international markets. It may have surprised […]

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Nofima participating in shrimp shell sources biodegradable food packaging project

Nofima participating in shrimp shell sources biodegradable food packaging project

May 9, 2013 |

In Finland, Nofima scientists are participating in a two year, NOK 1 million project to use shrimp shells in biodegradable packaging. The project is being coordinated by Italy-based Mavi, and involves three research centers and four companies. The article at Nofima quotes Morten Sivertsvik, Director of Research at Nofima’s department for Processing Technology in Stavanger, […]

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Shrimp and salicornia ecosystem developed at Texas A&M

Shrimp and salicornia ecosystem developed at Texas A&M

[ 0 ] May 17, 2011 |

In Texas, students at Texas A&M’s Agrilife Research Center have created a system that feeds nutrients from shrimp production into saliconia plants that are later harvested and pressed into oil for biodiesel. The meal byproduct is then fed back to the shrimp for feed.

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Middle East’s 1st plant-based water bottle, biofoams made from seafood waste, mushrooms, bamboo diapers, biobowls, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of March 12th

Middle East’s 1st plant-based water bottle, biofoams made from seafood waste, mushrooms, bamboo diapers, biobowls, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of March 12th

March 12, 2020 |

In Abu Dhabi, food and beverage company Agthia Group PJSC is set to launch the Middle East’s first plant-based water bottle made from corn sugar with caps made from sugarcane, and can biodegrade within 80 days. And lots of new biobased packaging solutions are coming out of the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s Protective Packaging Design Challenge […]

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Microalgae Applications and Cultivation: The Digest’s 2020 Multi-Slide Guide to mBio’s Algae Biomass

Microalgae Applications and Cultivation: The Digest’s 2020 Multi-Slide Guide to mBio’s Algae Biomass

January 5, 2020 |

From microalgae applications that include adding value to feed, shrimp larvae culturing, bioplastics and anti-bacterial constituents and other applications, do you know about the latest in algae cultivation technologies? Check out what this team from MicroBio Engineering and Cal Poly State University shared during this illuminating presentation at ABLC NEXT in San Francisco on microalgae […]

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Selling Cells – Ginkgo Bioworks Raises $290M, Latest financing brings total to $719M for cell programming

Selling Cells – Ginkgo Bioworks Raises $290M, Latest financing brings total to $719M for cell programming

September 22, 2019 |

Synthetic biology. It sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, or an oxymoron like jumbo shrimp or clearly confused. After all, biology is the study of living organisms. And synthetic means made by chemical synthesis, especially to imitate a natural product. But synthetic biology has real potential to replace costly or unsustainable manufacturing processes and […]

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Red, blue or pink: Time to think about bioink- Is the pen mightier than the sword? If it’s the right kind of ink

Red, blue or pink: Time to think about bioink- Is the pen mightier than the sword? If it’s the right kind of ink

September 15, 2019 |

Ink – it’s something we all use. Whether a pen to “ink a deal” or write a quick note, or ink for our printers, it’s something we rely on pretty much every day. Even tattoos use ink so it’s literally all around us and even on us. And nowadays the right ink can be even […]

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Japanese biotech group launches largest tropical microalga facility in Malaysia

Japanese biotech group launches largest tropical microalga facility in Malaysia

August 20, 2019 |

In Japan, Chitose Group, a family of biotechnology companies, designed and supervised the largest microalga cultivation facility which is suitable to the tropical climate and established in the project jointly organized by Sarawak Biodiversity Centre (SBC) and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) in Sarawak, Malaysia. The operation of the facility will be demonstrated on a ceremony arranged by […]

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Houston we have a problem…

Houston we have a problem…

May 26, 2019 |

By Doug Durante, Clean Fuels Development Coalition & Dave VanderGriend, Urban Air Initiative Special to The Digest Actually we all do, it has just reared its ugly head in poor Houston. That famous line from the Apollo 13 Space Flight radio communication between astronauts and mission control, and immortalized in the film of the same […]

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Plant robot, wheat bran and food waste coffins, lyocell car seats, 3D biobased dwelling, milk protein films, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of May 23rd

Plant robot, wheat bran and food waste coffins, lyocell car seats, 3D biobased dwelling, milk protein films, and more: The Digest’s Top 10 Innovations for the week of May 23rd

May 23, 2019 |

The pace of bioeconomy invention and change continues at a frenetic pace. Here are the top innovations for the week of May 23rd In today’s Digest, plant robot, wheat bran and food waste coffins, lyocell car seats, 3D biobased dwelling, milk protein films — these and more, ready for you now at The Digest online. […]

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