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Algal Biotechnology

A collaborative platform to bridge the transfer of knowledge from academia, industry, stakeholders, and consumers.
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Joining the Pieces in

Algal Biotechnology

A collaborative platform to bridge the transfer of knowledge from academia, industry, stakeholders, and consumers.
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About GreenCoLab

GreenCoLab is a non-profit private organization, a collaborative platform between research and industry, whose research & innovation agenda is based on the exploration of macro- and microalgae as an essential component for different industries. GreenCoLab holds a multidisciplinary team that couples a highly skilled team of international researchers with key associate researchers from our partners.
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Why Algae

Algae are one of the largest biomass producers in the aquatic environment, with a rich nutritional composition and the capacity to produce a wide variety of chemically active metabolites with limitless potential.
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Why Algae

Algae are one of the largest biomass producers in the aquatic environment, with a rich nutritional composition and the capacity to produce a wide variety of chemically active metabolites with limitless potential.
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Services

Using frontier technology allied with years of consolidated knowledge of our partners GreenCoLab provides an extensive range of services to assist you in the topics related with algae cultivation, processing and much more.
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Services

Using frontier technology allied with years of consolidated knowledge of our partners GreenCoLab provides an extensive range of services to assist you in the topics related with algae cultivation, processing and much more.
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Our Partners

GreenCoLab is composed of one research centre (CCMAR), one state laboratory (LNEG), one university (UA) and five companies, namely Allmicroalgae, Necton, Algaplus, Sparos and Iberagar, with the common goal of advancing the RDI on algae biotechnology.
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Our Partners

GreenCoLab is composed of one research centre (CCMAR), one state laboratory (LNEG), one university (UA) and five companies, namely Allmicroalgae, Necton, Algaplus, Sparos and Iberagar, with the common goal of advancing the RDI on algae biotechnology.
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Projects
June 1, 2023

Nature-positive aLgae-based fOod, agriCulture, AquacuLture and textIle producTs made in North and Baltic Sea ecosYstems

Description LOCALITY will implement local, innovative, and sustainable value chains,…
Projects
January 1, 2023

Microalgae hydrolysates to replace animal serum in media for cellular aquaculture

Description Microalgae hydrolysates, a cost-effective source of nutrients, will be…
Projects
January 1, 2023

IBEROBIO

Description The project proposes the expansion of the Cross-Border Biotechnology…
Projects
September 1, 2022

Gap resolutIon in sAfety, NuTritional, alLergenicity and Environmental assessments to promote Alternative Protein utilization and the dietary Shift

Description Accelerating the transition from animal-based to alternative dietary proteins…
Publications
January 24, 2024

Enhancing microalgal cultures in desalinized wastewater from semiarid regions: An assessment of growth dynamics and biomass accumulation

TITLE Enhancing microalgal cultures in desalinized wastewater from semiarid regions:…
Publications
January 17, 2024

Proteomic analysis of the mucus of the photosynthetic sea slug Elysia crispata

TITLE Proteomic analysis of the mucus of the photosynthetic sea…
Publications
December 20, 2023

Metabolic bone disorders and the promise of marine osteoactive compounds

TITLE Metabolic bone disorders and the promise of marine osteoactive…
Publications
December 9, 2023

Growth strategies of Chlorella vulgaris in seawater for a high production of biomass and lipids suitable for biodiesel

TITLE Growth strategies of Chlorella vulgaris in seawater for a…