Austin, TX — April 27, 2011
OpenAlgae research was a highlight of UT’s Center for Electromechanics annual Scientific Advisory Panel in Austin, with presentations about advanced applications for algae products, new developments in processing technology, and details on the construction of OpenAlgae’s first commercial production unit.
Mike Werst discusses the full “pond to useful product” process and ongoing advancements in algae production yield and efficiency at the UT CEM Scientific Advisory Panel in April, 2011.
In addition to biofuels, OpenAlgae’s process can yield high-value products from algae for agriculture markets and pharmaceutical industries, thanks to advanced analytics developed at UT. Dr. Rhykka Connelly explains in this presentation.
Dr. Rhykka Connelly discussed the cost benefits of biodiesel production from algal feedstocks in this presentation at the UT CEM Scientific Advisory Panel in April.
Robert Pearsall presented details regarding the construction of OpenAlgae’s first commercial processing unit in this presentation at the UT CEM Scientific Advisory Panel in April.