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photobioreactors

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  • n. Plural form of photobioreactor.

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  • The plants, which look like a green film on the surface of water, can be cultivated on marginal land in open ponds or in "photobioreactors," incubators that protect them from contamination and maintain a steady temperature for more intensive production.

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  • The plants, which look like a green film on the surface of water, can be cultivated on marginal land in open ponds or in "photobioreactors," incubators that protect it from contamination and maintain a steady temperature for more intensive production. power plants can be pumped into the reactors.

    Bloomberg

  • Unfortunately, land-based photobioreactors have terrible problems in that they act as thermal collectors, so focusing additional heat on them in the southwest would render them even more expensive to build and cool.

    Washington Post Poll on Space Spending - NASA Watch

  • A report recently released by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers suggests that sealed containers of algae photobioreactors could be integrated into the sides of buildings to produce biofuels and sequester carbon, adding a whole new meaning to the term ‘green building’.

    Trey Farmer | Inhabitat

  • The development of vaccines in plant cells with photobioreactors was prevented from happening in favor of a non solution called Tamiflu, owned by Rumsfeldt and Shultz.

    Democrats Ponder Health-Care Suicide

  • The project will use salt-water from the Sea of Cortes, as well as industrial CO2 from the adjacent power plant operated by CFE. researchers at Murdoch University announced a series of saline algae test ponds and photobioreactors in a bid to reduce the cost of algae production from $11.46 per kilo to a target of $.95 per kilo.

    Renewable Energy News - RenewableEnergyWorld.com

  • Based on his current research, Watanabe said, Japan could supply enough algae biofuel to replace all the oil products currently used to supply the country's transport, power plants and heating if photobioreactors were installed on the country's unused farmland.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • While recent developments in genetic engineering have come up with species that yield more fuel, they aren't hardy enough to survive in the wild, and photobioreactors remain too expensive for large-scale production.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The company says its method is far more cost-competitive that others that use photobioreactors.

    Renewable Energy News - RenewableEnergyWorld.com

  • Improving solar photobioreactors by a thousand-fold using advanced photonics:

    R&D Mag - News

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