Haematococcus

Haematococcus

Haematococcus pluvialis is a unicellular, green alga that is a common component of nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, aquaculture, and numerous food products. H. pluvialis generally grows a green, free floating, single-celled organism, but under certain...
Spirulina

Spirulina

Spirulina is a prokaryotic cyanobacterium that has been commercially produced for over thirty years for uses including: fish food, vitamin supplements, food dyes, aquaculture, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals. Approximately 3,000 tons dry weight is currently...
Chlorella

Chlorella

Chlorella is a unicellular, green alga found in many aquatic systems and is widely sold as a health food, food supplement, and nutraceutical. The United States, Japan, China, Taiwan, and Indonesia produce over 2500 tons of dried Chlorella each year. Chlorella is...
Nutraceuticals

Nutraceuticals

Superfoods are nutrients from food or food products that facilitate the prevention or treatment of diseases or disorders. Over 470 nutraceutical and functional food products are commercially available with researched health benefits, and their documented role in the...
Algae Biofuels

Algae Biofuels

Algae Bio-Crude Algae can be up to 60% oil, and this oil can be used to replace many of the products that currently come from crude oil, including biodiesel and jet fuel, biolubricants, and biochemicals. Biodiesel and Algae Jet Fuel The long-chain oils in algae are...
Carbon Capture

Carbon Capture

Carbon dioxide emissions are currently a major contributor to climate change. Industrial emissions from industry and electricity generation make up more than 40% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. When algae grows, two tonnes of carbon dioxide are required to...