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Advanced Algal Technologies Limited specializes in algae cultivation

Advanced Algal Technologies Limited specializes in algae cultivation - Molecular Biology News and Announcements

Advanced Algal Technologies Limited specializes in algae cultivation - News and Annoucements for Molecular Biology, Science and Molecular Station.


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Default Advanced Algal Technologies Limited specializes in algae cultivation



The technology used by Advanced Algal Technologies Limited in substrate is a patented system that involves an environment that is controlled using a module that reduces carbon emission and maximizing industrial flue gas. This brilliant technology has helped in commercializing, keeping in mind the environmental effects. The low cost raceway systems are designed in such a way that it produces a high content of protein rich livestock feed. The nutrients are controlled in a very effective manner and customized options are also present in order to get high outputs from algae biomass production.
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