Now that Algae World Australia is successfully completed, CMT is all raring to move on to the next exciting Algae World Series! – this time taking place in Beijing, China.
To be held on the 15-16 November, the series will once again offer another invaluable site visit tour to the algae facility in Langfang, an hour’s drive from Beijing and part of a joint venture between ENN and Duke Energy, the largest US public utility.
The site visit will include a tour of the laboratory where a team of scientists are testing microalgae to clean up the back-end of a uniquely integrated process to extract and use coal more efficiently and cleanly than is possible today. Participants will also get to visit the bioreactors, for a chance to see the greenhouse filled with walls of clear glass tubing through which the green sludge circulates.
Full program agenda and further details on this site visit is being finalised and expected to be released very soon.
In the meantime we invite you click and read related articles below:
 Post-event press release by Townsville Bulletin on Algae World Australia that was just over last week.
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