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      • Le 16/09/2018
      • PROGRAMME OF THE SESSION: "BT3 - Sustainable biorefinery for marine resources (Part I)"

      • Thursday 11th October a.m. | Meridienne
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      • Organised by: GENIALG (Station Biologique de Roscoff (CNRS, Sorbonne University) and OLMIX Group), CBB Capbiotek

        Keywords: Biorefinery, seaweeds, microalgae, by-products, demonstrators, innovation

        (Session in English)


        Led by CNRS, CBB Capbiotek and OLMIX, this one-day session will be the opportunity to discover pioneering companies and projects implementing the concept of large-scale integrated biorefineries in the EU. International academic and industrial references will describe advances on the process of cracking the biomass and developing a wide diversity of products. This conference will address scientific discoveries and industrial developments in the value chains for seaweed biorefineries but also for other biomass in the blue biotechnology sector.



        09:00 Opening – POTIN Philippe and NYVALL Pi


        09:30 Part 1-1 Marine biomass sourcing for biorefineries

        Chair of session: POTIN Philippe, Station Biologique de Roscoff, GENIALG scientific Coordinator and/or NEVES Luiza, Seaweed Energy Solution


        09:45 NEVES Luiza, Seaweed Energy Solution, Norway

        Large-Scale Supply of Brown Seaweeds: a Cultivator’s Perspective                                               


        09:55 SKJERMO Jorunn, SINTEF Ocean, Norway

        Technology development for upscaling kelp biomass production                                                        


        10:15 VAN DEN BERG Corjan, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands Algal Biorefineries : from mild process technologies to new products


        10:35 BOLTON John, University of Cape Town, South Africa   

        Integrated Multitrophic  Aquaculture with land-based cultivation of Ulva -                          


        10:45  Coffee break


        11:00 Part 1-2 Presentation of running biorefineries: marine and terrestrial exemples

        Chair of session : VAN DEN BERG Corjan, Wageningen University and Research


        11:00 NYVALL Pi, OLMIX, France

        Seaweed biorefinery : Accelerating to a circular economy through efficient processing


        11:20 ACIEN Gabriel, SABANA project, University of Almeria, Spain

        SABANA: Demonstrating a sustainable algae biorefinery for agriculture and aquaculture                                       


        11:40 Pr. McQUEEN-MASON Simon, University of York, UK  

        Developing sustainable biorefineries for terrestrial and marine plant biomass


        12:30 End of session BT3 - Part 1

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