SpirAlg at AlgaEurope

SpirAlg at AlgaEurope

Franck Hennequart and other partner members met at the AlgaEurope conference last week. This was the opportunity to present some of the results of the project to a panel of over 400 algae experts gathered in Rome. For the full disclosure of the project results, join...
SPIRALG MEETING IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE

SPIRALG MEETING IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE

All the project partners have physically gathered this week for one of the last project meeting at the Greensea facilities in the South of France and scheduled the final workshop for the project. We are heading towards the first industrial biorefinery demonstration of...
ALGAIA PARTICIPATES TO THE SEASOLV PROJECT

ALGAIA PARTICIPATES TO THE SEASOLV PROJECT

Ever heard of Deep Eutectic Solvents? Well, you may want a quick update today as this new solvent class is about to change the way compounds are extracted from biomass. In this case, it is seaweed biomass we are talking about, of course! And we are super proud to...
ALGAE FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE TEXTILE INDUSTRY

ALGAE FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE TEXTILE INDUSTRY

Textile is one of the most pollutant industry in the world. At Algaia, we are convinced that algae can help tackle this challenge by producing biodegradable, low-energy natural fibers. Algaia is helping to develop new algae-based fibers with companies such...
SPIRULINA FOR EQUINE HEALTH

SPIRULINA FOR EQUINE HEALTH

In-vitro bioactivity trials with spirulina co-products, obtained after phycocyanin extraction and processed by Algaia gave positive feedback on gut fermentation of horses.A poster with the results was presented this summer at the European Workshop on Equine Nutrition...
MAKING PROGRESS WITH THE SPIRALG PROJECT

MAKING PROGRESS WITH THE SPIRALG PROJECT

Thank you to the Livegreen team for hosting us for a new SpiralG intermediary review meeting with the presence of our EU project officer and expert reviewers. The opportunity for us to share the progress made by all partners and our great achievements. There are still...