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Scotland’s Xanthella

May 14, 2016

Douglas McKenzie, CEO of Xanthella, shares his observations and enthusiasm to work for an early stage manufacturing company, based in Scotland and operating internationally, that produces photobioreactors for growing microalgae.

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