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Reliable microalgae products serving market demands for a sustainable future

 

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Valorization of Fish By-products
Wednesday, 17 May 2017

logo_marinebluerefineMARINEBLUEREFINE, a cooperation between MadeBiotech and Madeira University, is a scientific research project that aims to value waste from the fish industry, an economic sector linked to marine resources and framed in the blue economy field. When compared to the bovine processing industry, only 30 to 50% of the fish is used. The remainder is somewhat of an environmental problem that implies an extra cost for the regional companies to dispose of.

 

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Algae Europe Conference
Wednesday, 25 November 2015

MadeBiotech will be present at Algae Europe Conference (Lisbon, Portugal) between 1-3 December, which "offers a unique opportunity for the exchange between academia and industry on the Algae Biomass sector".

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Home News Newsflash Signature of a collaboration agreement between Madeira University and Madebiotech

Signature of a collaboration agreement between Madeira University and Madebiotech

logo_web_text celebrates today the signature of a scientific and technological collaboration agreement with Madeira University, UMa (see here).

In this agreement, besides the recognition of common objectives like the scientific, technological and cultural development of Madeira Region, are also laid down the general conditions of collaboration which will allow for the development of join actions and projects in several scientific areas.

The signature of this protocol represents an important milestone for Madebiotech and its strategy for the development of an international R&D centre in Madeira Island.

Besides the advantages arriving from the synergies between the two institutions in an ultra peripheral region, this agreement allows to promote not only highly skilled jobs but also the valorisation of endogenous resources by using knowledge intensive processes.