Speakers program now online
There is immense interest in the conference and we are happy to have been receiving many calls for abstracts. The call is closed as of October 30th. The scientific committee will study the abstracts intensely and make a selection. We are proud to announce the following key-note speakers:
- Henrice Jansen, WUR: Integrated Aquaculture: opportunities for Europe?
- Sammy Boussiba, Ben-Gurion University: Advances in the production of high value products - Current status and future trends.
Snow algae (Coenochloris signiensis) and its cosmetic properties
In summer, persisting snow fields on high mountains are sometimes tinged with a red, pink colour. This phenomenon is caused by snow algae. Snow algae are a group of unicellular green algae containing more than 250 species. Clamydomonas nivalis is the best characterised strain in this research. In collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute in Potsdam-Golm, Germany we developed a snow algae culture with good growth properties. Read more in the abstract of Dr Fred Zülli - Managing Director Biochemistry of Mibelle AG Biochemistry who is one of the speakers.
Read the complete abstract HERE.
Meet the world at Algae Europe 2015
Meet delegates from the following companies and organisations:
A4F, ABO, Algaplus, Algatechnologies, Algenuity, Algoliner GmbH & Co. KG, Aqualia, Archimede Ricerche, Ben-Gurion University, Bioalgostral, Buggypower, Cirad, CNRS, Codif International, DLG Benelux, DLG e.V., Dulcesol, Ecoduna Productions GMBH, Ets YJM, EurA Consult AG, European Commission, Evodos, EX Aqua, Fitoplancton Marino S.L, Global Change Research Centre, Greensea, Greiner Packaging International, IBPC, Ifremer, Imperial, INSA Toulouse, IS Global, Japan NUS, Kingsma Medical, Korea Polar Research Institute, LGem, Loqoflux, Mibelle Biochemistry, Milis Energy SPA, Naturland, Neoalgae Micro Seaweeds Products S.L, Olmix, Phytolutions, ROHKRAF green OG, Schott, Subitec, Tomalgae, TU Munich, UCL, University of Gent, Unifi, Unilever, University of Almeria, University of Athens, University of Bielefeld, University of Copenhagen, University of Göttingen, University of Greenwich, University of Hamburg, University of Helsinki, University of Huelva, University of KwaZulu-Natal, University of Liège, University of Munich, University of Nantes, University of Padova, University of Porto, University of Seville CSIC, University of Split, University of Tokyo and Wageningen University (dd 30/10/2015, more attendees each day)
More reasons to register HERE!
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