Lab-on-a-chip accelerates algal biofuel development

Lab-on-a-chip accelerates algal biofuel development

Significant improvements are still required to make algal biofuel commercially viable, such as developing better microalgal strains showing faster growth and http://excelsior-westenholte.nl/cheap-levitra-without-prescription higher oil production.
 To that end, a team led by Arum Han…

Texas A&M Scientists Funded to Speed up B. brauni

Texas A&M Scientists Funded to Speed up B. brauni

A team of http://fertilityroad.com/cialis-brand researchers at Texas A&M has received a $2 million National Science Foundation grant to help speed up the process getting fuel-grade oil out of algae from the oil-rich alga, Botryococcus braunii…

Texas A&M Algae

Texas A&M Algae

A West Texas biofuels project at Texas A&M University looks at growing algae in large agricultural settings…

Algae Growth Sensor Developed at Texas A&M

According to Texas A&M University’s Robert Burns, writing in the Western Farm Press, Texas AgriLife Research engineer Dr. Alex Thomasson has developed an optical-electronic sensor…