Eco-friendly and sustainable new family of biopesticides based on microalgae via circular economy approach
22
Sep

Get to know the Research Center of Cajamar: “Las Palmerillas” Cajamar Foundation

Cajamar Foundation is a Spanish non-profit foundation created by Cajamar cooperative bank in 2006 with the aim of creating knowledge and disseminating it to the whole society. The research activity is carried out in the Research Center located in Almeria (Spain). It is dedicated to the benefit of society, the agri-food sector and especially growers. It conducts agri-food research and knowledge dissemination in order to promote the development of the agrarian sector and to improve the socioeconomic conditions in the rural environment. 

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22
Sep

Francisco Gabriel Acién, the great expert on microalgae

Francisco Gabriel Acién Fernández, doctor in Chemical Sciences and full professor at the University of Almería. Prof. Gabriel Acién, apart from his teaching work in different graduate programs at the Universities of Almería, and as a visiting professor in courses in several Universities including the University of Malaga, the University of Seville, the International University of Andalusia and other Universities in South America such as the University of Antofagasta in Chile and Europe including Wageningen University and Research in The Netherlands, is internationally known for his pioneering work in the field of microalgae biotechnology.

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22
Apr

First ALGAENAUTS Newsletter

Reducing the large quantities of chemicals (nitrates, phosphates, and ammonium) reaching oceans, which derive from fertilizers employed in agrarian activities and developing biostimulants which contribute to a decrease in traditional fertilizers, as well as developing pesticides that can sustainably eliminate pests are the upcoming challenges the almerian company Biorizon Biotech tackles.

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09
Oct

Interview with the ALGAENAUTS Project Coordinator

Reducing the large quantities of chemicals (nitrates, phosphates, and ammonium) reaching oceans, which derive from fertilizers employed in agrarian activities and developing biostimulants which contribute to a decrease in traditional fertilizers, as well as developing pesticides that can sustainably eliminate pests are the upcoming challenges the almerian company Biorizon Biotech tackles.

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03
Oct

ALGAENAUTS, A CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY AND BLUE ECONOMY PROJECT

Reducing the large quantities of chemicals (nitrates, phosphates, and ammonium) reaching oceans, which derive from fertilizers employed in agrarian activities and developing biostimulants which contribute to a decrease in traditional fertilizers, as well as developing pesticides that can sustainably eliminate pests are the upcoming challenges the almerian company Biorizon Biotech tackles.

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