Algae Giants Gauge New Developments and Appraise Future of Algae Sector at 5th Algae World Asia in Singapore

Top-notch Algae multinationals to lead dialogue on opportunities and challenges for algae advancement in Asia.

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5th Algae World Asia

Adding value to the sessions on commercial production, usage & applications of algae at the 5th Algae World Asia is a separately bookable workshop entitled “Algae Harvesting & Extraction of Bio-Compounds For Production of High Value Ingredients".

Singapore (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

Mr. Daniel Simon, President & CEO of Heliae Development, LLC, Dr. Jeff OBBARD, Scientific Advisor at Cellana LLC, Mr. Abhiram Seth, Managing Director at Aquagri Processing Pvt Ltd, Dr. Sebastian Thomas, Technical Advisor at Parry Nutraceuticals, Assoc Prof. Lee Yuan Kun, Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, National University of Singapore (NUS), and Shilpa Ramani, Scientist at Novozymes South Asia are just some of the key experts expected at the 5th Algae World Asia on 7-9 November in Singapore. Together with other industry leaders they will be on hand to analyse recent developments in the algae industry and to discuss the future of the algae sector.

As attention to sustainability and bioenergy escalates among governments and corporations, algae has made its way into the spotlight with the promise of a wide variety of applications ranging from a source of food to feeds, fertilizers and fuel. Algae research has opened doors to diverse possibilities and means to harness the true potential of algae on a commercial scale. Research and development of algae and its supporting technology have come a long way, creating significant changes in the industry, along with an upswing in demand for algae-based products such as astaxanthin.

With that in mind, Conference organizer CMT has drawn up a 2.5 day program agenda that will showcase the advancements in the algae sector, strain collection and maintenance of marine macroalgae, tissue seaweed culture techniques using photobioreactors, biofuel production, and emerging biofertilizer applications in Asia, chiefly Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Vietnam, and China.

Among the top-notch organizations slated to address country-focussed sessions are:

  •     Advanced Biomass Research Center Korea
  •     J-Phoenix Research Inc
  •     Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
  •     PT Barat Jaya Sentosa Perkasa
  •     Utar Microalgae
  •     Aban Infrastructure Pvt Ltd
  •     Loxley Public Company Limited
  •     Nong Lam University - Ho Chi Minh City
  •     Myanmar Spirulina Factory
  •     Sinopec Research Institute of Petroleum Processing

Adding value to the versatile sessions on commercial production, usage and applications of algae at the 5th Algae World Asia is a separately bookable workshop entitled “Algae Harvesting & Extraction of Bio-Compounds For Production of High Value Ingredients” which runs on 07 November 2012 from 14:00 – 17:00 hrs. The workshop will be conducted by Dr. Chen Shulin, Professor, Department of Biological Systems Engineering, Washington State University. Additionally the summit also presents its delegates with an optional site visit to Biopolis on 09 November 2012 from 14:00 -16:00 hrs.

More details of the event can be obtained at http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=121141& . Further enquiries on the conference and registrations can be directed to huiyan(at)cmtsp(dot)com.sg or at Tel. 65 6346 9113