Course

Microalgae Biorefinery (1st edition)

Microalgae are considered a biobased feedstock for a variety of applications: Food, feed, chemicals, materials and energy. The advantages of this feedstock is its flexibility in terms of products and sustainability: high areal productivity in comparison to terrestrial crops, lack of competition for land that is suitable for agriculture, and their capacity to grow on seawater. To make microalgae a source of bulk products, the cost price for production needs to be reduced, the scale of production needs to be increased significantly and the biomass value should be maximized.

Organised by Food Technology Agrobiotechnology Nutrition and Health Sciences (VLAG), Bioprocess Engineering
Date

Mon 18 July 2016 until Wed 20 July 2016

Venue Wageningen University