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30 November 2015

How to cultivate micro algae successfully

For a few years, Paper Province have been involved in a project that aims to find the best way to cultivate micro algae. One of the researchers, Niklas Strömberg at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden explains how the project succeeded so well in cultivating and harvesting the micro algae that they extracted biomass containing four times more energy than the total amount of energy that was consumed during the entire cultivation process.

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