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  • Call for Abstracts: 2021 Algae Biomass Summit

    First Priority Deadline: March 31, 2021 The 2021 Algae Biomass Summit is now accepting speaker and poster abstracts for the world’s largest algae conference, to be held virtually September 28-October 27, 2021. This is your chance to share research, technology or commercial developments with the algae industry’s leaders, investors, business development executives and policymakers. Innovations […]

  • Welcome Algix, ABO’s Newest Bronze-Level Member

    This month ABO welcomes Algix, a leading innovator in algae-based plastics and foams and harvesting technologies. Algix has joined ABO as a bronze-level member. Algix is well-known for being behind the algae-based BLOOM line of sustainable materials used to make everything from shoes, backpacks, and other items. Founded in 2010, Algix has experienced remarkable growth […]

  • 2022 Census of Agriculture – Algae Production

    Every five years the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) surveys all farmers and ranchers for production, sales, labor, land use and other information to inform national and state programs that benefit U.S. agriculture. Your voice as algae producers matters – be counted in the 2022 Census of Agriculture. Participation in the Census shows Congress, state […]

  • Save the Date: 2021 Algae Biomass Summit

    A virtual learning and collaboration event Main Stage Conference: September 28-30 Breakout Sessions, Tours and More: October 1-27 Join the global algae collaboration. The Algae Biomass Organization is pleased to announce that the 2021 Algae Biomass Summit will once again be a virtual conference, to be held September 28-October 27, 2021. This event will take […]

  • IRS Issues Final Rule on 45Q Tax Credit for Carbon Capture

    This month the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service issued the final rules about the section 45Q tax credit that can incentivize projects that capture and sequester carbon dioxide. ABO has been an advocate for the credit, and the new rule may open the door for algae production projects to apply. “These final regulations […]

  • New Federal Funding for Algae in 2021 Will Advance Science and Technology Commercialization

    Federal support for advanced algae R&D is on a solid foundation for 2021 with the recent passage of an omnibus appropriations bill that was included in last year’s COVID-19 relief legislation. These funds extend a long-standing tradition of supporting advanced algae technology development at the federal level, and were approved by bipartisan majorities in Congress. […]

  • Algaculture Online Training Course: 24-26 February 2021

    From the Scottish Association of Marine Science, The Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa invite applications to their online 2.5 day course on Algaculture. This course is open to students, technicians, early career researchers, industry professionals and algae enthusiasts. Short lectures from SAMS experts will cover: Taxonomy Nutrition Photosynthesis Legal Issues Algae in Biotechnology: Opportunities […]

  • Looking Back on 2020, Algae Thrived.

    The year 2020 will go down in history as one of historic turbulence. We share in the heartbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic challenges for businesses large and small. Through it all, however, the community of the Algae Biomass Organization did find ways to keep up the momentum in scientific advances, commercial milestones, and […]

  • DOE’s Devinn Lambert Named in Forbes 30 Under 30

    Congratulations to Devinn Lambert at the Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) for being named in the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list! Devinn’s work as a technology manager at BETO is well-known to ABO members that are coordinating with DOE on projects to advance algae technology. BETO’s grants are primarily focused on bioenergy […]

  • DOE’s Upcoming Funding Opportunity For Algae-Based Carbon Capture Tech

    In January 2021 the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy (FE) is expected to announce a new funding opportunity for projects focusing on the development of algae-based technology that utilizes carbon dioxide from power systems or other industrial sources as a feedstock. The DOE’s announcement notes that “Research should focus on the development and […]

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