The Algae Biomass Summit, the world’s largest algae conference, kicked off today in Phoenix, AZ. Key players in the algae industry will be speaking on panels throughout the conference, exhibiting in the Summit’s renowned exhibit hall, displaying research as part of poster displays or simply sharing recent developments during countless networking opportunities.
One company featured at the Summit is UniVerve, an Israeli company that has developed a unique, scalable microalgae biomass production system, which requires less land, water and energy than other systems, has high yield per square meter and is easy to construct, operate and maintain. The company’s business model is to license its technology to companies that want to cultivate algae for various purposes.
UniVerve is currently in final negotiations with a dynamic algae company in Omega-3 market and expects to begin cooperation in early 2017.
UniVerve’s poster can be found in the ABO Exhibit and Poster Hall at the Summit (#308).
For more details about the Summit and our great list of exhibitors, please visit the Algae Biomass Summit website.