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March 10, 2017, Friday | B2B Connect
The plant, for the first time, will enable production of omega-3 fatty acids without using fish oil
April 28, 2014, Monday | B2B Connect
Algal has developed innovative technology for beta-glucan production from algae
October 28, 2009, Wednesday | Companies
If it was dry arid land which was being used for growing jatropha, it is now the turn of water ponds to add fuel to biodiesel production in the country. All it takes is to grow algae in water bodies and then press it to get oil that is processed to ...
July 14, 2009, Tuesday | Companies
Oil giant Exxon Mobil plans to announce today a $600 million investment to produce liquid transportation fuel from algae, The New York Times reported.
April 19, 2009, Sunday | Opinion
Use of algae and methanol for rapid carbon recycling is gaining popularity among power producers.
February 11, 2009, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
Toxic algal blooms, that results in mass fish mortality, are on the increase in Indian sea waters.
November 05, 2008, Wednesday | Companies
Hyderabad-based pharmaceutical major Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) is working on producing algae on a large scale using the carbon dioxide coming out from the boiler stacks in its laboratories
May 12, 2008, Monday | Economy & Policy
A team of scientists at the Fisheries College and Research Institute (FCRI) at Tuticorin has successfully extracted bio-fuel from marine micro algae.
April 03, 2008, Thursday | Companies
India may have caught the alternative fuels bus rather late, but a Gujarat-based agri-biotechnology company is ensuring that the country is in the race as far as automotive fuels is concerned.
March 03, 2008, Monday | Companies
After flying the first commercial airplane on bio-fuel, Richard Branson has hinted at developing fuels from algae that does not compete with food and is not environmentally damaging.
December 12, 2007, Wednesday | Markets
Royal Dutch Shell, Europes largest oil company, and HR Biopetroleum will build an algae-growing plant in Hawaii to produce vegetable oil for biofuels.
August 21, 2007, Tuesday | Companies
West Bengal, which has large tracts of its barren land, devoted to Jatropha cultivation, was well placed for production of alternative bio-diesel, generated from algae.
September 12, 2006, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
The Mysore-based Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) has achieved a unique feat by cultivating Botryococcus braunii, a green alga, known for producing hydrocarbons.