Capturing Carbon in Calgary

Read the full story in Algae Industry Magazine.

A team of six University of Calgary researchers has been awarded funding for their project, “Cost Effective Biotechnology for Carbon Capture and Re-Use”, based on the concept of using algal biotechnology to capture and reuse carbon from gasses emitted from burning fossil fuels.

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