The Algae Testbed Public-Private Partnership (ATP3) will open its doors to the algae community from Aug. 19 to Aug. 23 for a hands-on interactive algae workshop on Algal Culture Management and Strain Selection on the University of Texas at Austin’s campus.

ATP3 serves as a learning environment for the next generation of scientists, engineers, and business leaders to help accelerate the research and development of algae-based technologies. Their open test bed and evaluation facilities are a hub for research and commercialization of algae-based biofuels and other biomass co-products.
 ATP3 is funded through a $15 million grant from the US Department of Energy and led by the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation – housed at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic Campus – with support from industry, academic, and national laboratory partners.

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