MARBIONC is an R&D-based economic development program based at the University of North Carolina Wilmington that discovers, develops and markets new products and technologies derived from laboratory cultures of microalgae and bacteria.
We are proud to announce the Evodos “spiral plate technology” received the Gold award for outstanding algae harvesting performance in the category Harvesting Equipment from the Algae Industry Magazine’s 2015 International Readers’ Poll. The Poll recognizes the best solutions in the algae market selected by the Algae Industry Magazine readers. The Poll offers a voyage […]
It’s Evodos mission to deliver clients not only equipment, but also the advise how to integrate different technologies into an integrated algae harvesting solution. Clients are facing challenges like: Energy efficient processing of large volumes Recycle the water for algae production Bacterial removal from recycled water Scale solutions from test to pilot to commercialization We […]
Fuel4me is driven by the urgent need of transforming our energy model into a sustainable one, which pursues the European and global energy goals reducing CO2 emissions, finding alternatives to fossil fuels and fostering the renewable energies. How does Fuel4me contribute to these objectives? Microalgae are one of the most attractive sources of biodiesel, since […]
The D-Factory will set a world benchmark for a sustainable CO2 algae biorefinery The D-Factory is based on biomass from the halotolerant microalga Dunaliella salina. Dunaliella cultivation is the largest of any microalga (many 100s hectares). The biorefinery elements are integrated and optimised using sustainability assessments The biorefinery elements include: Biomass: New strains are being […]