If you would like more information on our available services, please contact us at
Tel. +44(0)1792 602030.
We hold workshops bi-annually, discussing different elements of the algal supply chain relevant to business and industry whilst sharing our expertise on a wide range of algae related topics.
These workshops offer an ideal and relaxed environment for representatives of industry, businesses, NGOs, governmental organisations and academia to network, learn about the facilities and expertise we can offer, and to discuss collaborative R&D and funding streams in this area.
For more algal events from Swansea University, please see the EnAlgae Events page for more details.
If you missed any of these events and would like more information about their content, please get in touch.
Green Growth for Business - Sustainable Products from Algae, held in Swansea on 18th September, 2012.
With companies seeking sustainable ingredients to assist product development, it's no wonder that the feeds, pharma and fuel sectors are increasingly drawn to algae as novel and competitive source of biomass. This event addressed current value and markets for algal products; hearing first hand from local companies in the algal sector; and learning about support and advice available via Swansea University and other funding opportunities.
Speakers included Dr Adam Powell (Swansea University, Algal KTC), Dr David Ellis (Merlin Biodevelopments Ltd), Gareth Bull (Reefshotz Ltd) and John Turvill (CZero Wales Ltd).
Macroalgal Cultivation & Applications, held in Cardiff area, April, 2012.
Biomass Product Recovery: Downstream processing technologies for algae and bacteria, held at Swansea University on 4th November, 2011.
Workshop: Processing of microalgal biomass - dewatering technologies, held at Swansea University on 13th April, 2011.
The Novel Products and Waste Minimalisation Workshop, held at Technium 2 Swansea on 20th of October 2010.
The Bright Future of Algal Biotechnology, held at the Village Hotel, Swansea on the 28th January, 2009.
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund.