New Biotechnology Study Findings Reported from University of Ottawa

August 15, 2012 at 11:47 am Leave a comment

Investigators publish new report on Biotechnology. According to news originating from Ottawa, Canada, research stated, “Microalgal biomasses have been produced industrially for a long history for application in a variety of different fields.”

From the University of Ottawa, “Most recently, microalgae are established as the most promising species for biofuel production and CO2 bio-sequestration owing to their high photosynthesis efficiency. Nevertheless, design of photobioreactors that maximize solar energy capture and conversion has been one of the major challenges in commercial microalga biomass production.”

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