Algae for food, feed and fuel



December 15, 2014

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  • Microalgae may address Food and Energy Security. They are highly productive and can be grown on non-arable land without the need for freshwater. The Algae Energy Farm at the University of Queensland is a demonstration facility that uses new technology to significantly reduce the costs for algae cultivation, harvesting and processing. We hope to advance large-scale algae production to sustainably and economically produce food, animal feed and biodiesel.

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