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  • Webinar: Carbon Credits for Algae and Seaweed Production

    Join Algae Biomass Organization members and other algae industry leaders for a webinar to explore the carbon opportunity! Tuesday, August 2, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT Free for ABO members, $40 for non-members. Non-members that register will qualify for a $50 discount to the 2022 Algae Biomass Summit! As governments, corporations and others […]

  • ABO Welcomes 2022 Board of Directors

    Dr. Martin Gross of Gross-Wen Technologies selected as new Board Chair, Mike LaMont of Heliae Development becomes Vice Chair.  The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO), the US based non-profit trade organization for the algae and seaweed industries, today announced the election of their officers for their Board of Directors for the 2022-2023 term, as well as […]

  • BrightWave Brings Industrial Scale Algae Cultivation Indoors

    From its headquarters in Maryland, ABO member BrightWave is combining elegant technology design with nature’s own carbon capture methods to make industrial scale algae cultivation more widely available than ever before.  Aside from transforming industrial scale algae cultivation, BrightWave’s technology also delivers on two of the most promising potentials driving interest in photosynthetic algae today: […]

  • How Algae-C’s Platform Technology Delivers For Pharmaceuticals, and Gives a Boost to Algae Producers

    Headquartered in Ontario, Canada, Algae-C is using algae as a biomanufacturing platform to produce key ingredients for the pharmaceutical and other industries, as well as biomass that is valuable for feed, food and energy markets. It is a breakthrough approach that brings together the unique biological advantages of algae with the diversity of production capacity […]

  • Congress Directs Millions to Algae and Seaweed R&D for 2022

    On March 15, ABO’s efforts to build a robust foundation for algae and seaweed technology research in the United States scored another win as President Biden signed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending package to fund the federal government through fiscal year 2022.  Several federal agencies support research and development for algae in all 50 states, […]

  • Submit an Abstract to the Algae Biomass Summit

    This Friday, April 15, 2022 is the last day to submit abstracts for the virtual 2022 Algae Biomass Summit and also receive priority scoring by the event’s review committee. Join hundreds of attendees this October 3-28 to share milestones, make new connections, and plan for the future of the microalgae and seaweed industries. Abstracts for […]

  • Watch ABO’s Workshop: Algae in Aquafeed – Opportunities, Barriers and Challenges

    On March 5, 2022 ABO hosted a virtual and in-person workshop in San Diego to explore how the world’s aquaculture industries can use macroalgae (seaweeds) and microalgae to improve sustainability and productivity. More than 60 people from all over the world participated, and great progress was made to identify the potentials and challenges for algae […]

  • Hawaii Embraces the Cultural Role of Seaweed by Declaring 2022 the “Year of the Limu”

    Last month Hawaii’s Governor David Ige signed a proclamation declaring 2022 the Year of the Limu, a culmination of efforts by native advocates and organizations that seek to bring to light the enormous cultural importance that seaweeds can play.  Limu is a Polynesian term for edible plants that come from the sea, such as seaweed […]

  • Algae in Advanced Wastewater Treatment

    Algae is often considered a harmful consequence of polluted water, but new technologies are finding ways to harness the power of algae to provide solutions to water quality challenges around the world. Algae-based water treatment takes advantage of the ability of algae to grow quickly and absorb pollutants under carefully controlled conditions. The approach is […]

  • ABO Workshop: Algae in Aquafeed – Opportunities, Barriers and Challenges on March 5, 2022

    Update: We have posted the video of this workshop here. The Algae Biomass Organization will be hosting a virtual and in-person workshop on March 5, 2022 in San Diego to explore how macroalgae (seaweeds) and microalgae can improve sustainability and productivity in the world’s aquaculture industries. Global aquaculture production of finfish and shrimp is growing […]

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