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2015 I.R.P. Winner’s Announced!

January 11, 2016 — by Mark Edwards, Chair, A.I.M. Scientific Advisory Board
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

The Algae Industry Magazine’s 2015 International Readers’ Poll recognizes the best in our industry that are lifted up by you, our A.I.M. readers. Thank you for your engagement!

This second of five posts begins with winners in the Algae Cultivation Equipment category. Cultivation equipment improves every year as growers learn from experience and provide feedback to equipment design engineers.

Two extremely experienced and well-known algae experts, John Benemann and Tryg Lundquist, lead the cultivation equipment gold winner, MicroBio Engineering.

See the winners and honorable mentions for:

  • Cultivation Equipment
  • Harvesting Equipment
  • Laboratory Equipment
  • Technology Breakthrough

And now, for the winners. Click here!

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