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Algae Bio-materials

November 10, 2018

Maartje Dros and Eric Klarenbeek harvest algae in Camargue, in the South of France. Researching new values for local wetlands as incubators for locally grown bio-materials, their algae lab project explores the potential of growing micro- and macroalgae locally. These algae are then mixed with biopolymers that can replace non-biodegradable, fossil oil-based plastics and simultaneously absorb carbon dioxide emissions. Currently, the bio-laboratory is working on a series of objects related to the region’s culture and history.

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