SIG Microalgae

The Special Interest Group, SIG Microalgae is a cross-sectorial and multidisciplinary meeting place for actors with an interest in microalgae. The SIG Microalgae was established by the Industrial Biotech Network Norway (IBNN) in close collaboration with Uni Research in June 2014. In 2016, SIG Microalgae will be managed in collaboration with SINTEF.

The aim of the Special Interest Group for Microalgae is to stimulate to an increased number of industry projects related to the production, processing and application of microalgae.

Its objectives are to strengthen the microalgae sector’s science base and to increase the value creation of the microalgae related industry. Additionally the SIG Microalgae wants to make the sector’s activities and importance for the economy more visible to society in general and decision makers in politics and industry in particular.

Twitter: #SIGMicroalgae
LinkedIn-group: SIG Microalgae

 

EVENTS
4 February, 2016: SIG Microalgae Open Workshop/Open House at Oslo Science Park, Program and presentations here, and a Summery (in Norwegian).

24 November, 2015: SIG Microalgae at Microalgae for Aviation Biofuels, Birmingham Airport, UK
20 May, 2015: SIG Microalgae workshop: Optimization and Production, in Tromsø, Presentations, and Summery (in Norwegian).

26 - 27 November, 2014: Danish-Norwegian Microalgae workshop, Kalundborg, Denmark
25 June, 2014: Start-up workshop, Gardermoen

 

PARTICIPATING ORGANISATIONS
Industry:
Produs Aqua/Alltech, MicroA/Priforsk Partners AS, Scandiderma, EWOS Innovation, Sigtun Innovation

Academia & CRO:
Uni Research, Sintef Fisheries & Aquaculture, NIBIO, Nofima, Norinnova, The Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), University of Tromsø - BFE, University of Nordland, University of Stavanger - CORE

 

CONTACT
Matilde Skogen Chauton, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture.

Hans Kleivdal, Uni Research

 

INFORMATION MATERIAL

- Exhibition poster 70 x 100 cm (6MB)

 

 

RELATED PROJECTS
Proalgae: http://www.sintef.no/home/projects/sintef-fisheries-and-aquaculture/2013...

 

NEWS
Teknisk Ukeblad: "Norske forskere vil lagre CO2 i mikroalger " 2014.10.07

 

REPORTS
Proalgae, final report, 2013