Posts tagged with ‘technology’

  • Aquapharm completes £4.2 million investment

    Aquapharm Biodiscovery, a leading marine biotechnology company based at the European Centre for Marine Biotechnology in Oban, Scotland, today announces the close of a £4.2 million investment from existing investors Aescap Venture, Tate & Lyle Ventures, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and NESTA. Alongside the completion of the financing, Aquapharm has appointed the seasoned biotech entrepreneur Simon Best as CEO. Current CEO […]
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  • Quebec Symposium on Industrial Development of Algae: March 23/24 2010

    The Consortium BioMar-Innovation and CRIBIQ (Consortium for Research and innovations in industrial bioprocesses in Quebec) have teamed up to organize a symposium on the industrial exploitation of algae: an economic development opportunity for Quebec to be held on the 23rd and 24th of March, 2010 in Rimouski. At an international character, the Symposium on algae appears to be the first […]
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  • Algae-focused Aurora Biofuels Secures $15M in Funding

    Aurora Biofuels, Inc. said it has secured an additional $15 million in a recent funding round led by Oak Investment Partners, with the continued support of Gabriel Venture Partners and Noventi Ventures.  This third round of financing brings the total amount of money raised by the company to more than $40 million.  The new funding will be used to support the continued […]
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  • Six-day conference on marine biotechnology held in Italy, June 2010

    A six-day conference on marine biotechnology will be held in Acquafredda di Maratea, Italy from 20 to 25 June 2010. This conference is designed to promote scientific excellence in marine biotechnology, give a platform for leading scientists and young researchers to present their work and discuss the future of the field in Europe. Organised around seven-half day sessions, event topics […]
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  • US West Coast Companies Partner to Produce Biochemicals from Microalgae

    Under a new partnership, Seattle-based Blue Marble Energy Corp. will produce its biochemicals using a supply of microalgae from algae producer Bionavitas, Redmond, Washington. More info
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  • The Aquaculture Communications Group (ACG) launched its Aquaculture Science & Technology blog

    Today the Aquaculture Communications Group (ACG) launched its Aquaculture Science & Technology blog at http://aquacomgroup.com/wordpress. “Being the ‘Home of Aquaculture Science & Technology Information Services’, it is only natural that our blog will focus on communicating the latest developments in aquaculture science & technology (S&T) to our colleagues in the global aquaculture community, as well as to others interested in […]
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