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  • Alg’n’Chem 2011 - Downloads
    FFC Chimie et développement durable Formation à la chimie durable Gestion rationnelle des ressources Energie et Chimie Prix de l innovation Pierre Potier Documentation Reserved access and Downloads Alg n Chem 2011 Downloads Please identify yourself to access this content

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  • Les défis scientifiques du recyclage 26-28/11/12 - Metz
    durable Formation à la chimie durable Gestion rationnelle des ressources Energie et Chimie Prix de l innovation Pierre Potier Documentation Accès réservés et téléchargements Les défis scientifiques du recyclage 26 28 11 12 Metz Vous devez vous identifier pour accèder

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  • MOF
    FFC Chimie et développement durable Formation à la chimie durable Gestion rationnelle des ressources Energie et Chimie Prix de l innovation Pierre Potier Documentation Accès réservés et téléchargements MOF Vous devez vous identifier pour accèder à cette rubrique Identifiants personnels

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  • Alg'n'chem 2014 downloads
    et développement durable Formation à la chimie durable Gestion rationnelle des ressources Energie et Chimie Prix de l innovation Pierre Potier Documentation Accès réservés et téléchargements Alg n chem 2014 downloads Vous devez vous identifier pour accèder à cette rubrique

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  • FFC : Fédération Française pour les Sciences de la Chimie
    Chem 2014 organised by FFC and Trimatec We look forward to welcoming you in Montpellier on April 2014 This international scientific and technical conference deals with macro and micro algae It follows the successful Alg n Chem 2011 Register now e Registrations To discover the latest breakthroughs and new developments To meet the best R D Teams To meet the manufacturing companies investing in the sector To take advantage from

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  • FFC : Fédération Française pour les Sciences de la Chimie
    LEROY FFC ADEBIOTECH Jean BUENDIA BASF GmbH Stefan VERSECK CNRS Roscoff Catherine BOYEN FERMENTALG Pierre CALLEJA Florence University Italy Mario TREDICI IFREMER Jean Paul CADORET MICROPHYT Arnaud MULLER FEUGA National Inst of Oceanography Israel Ami BEN AMOTZ ROQUETTE Philippe LOOTEN SFGP GEPEA Jack LEGRAND Sevilla University Spain Miguel G GUERRERO Wageningen University Nederland René WIJFFELS Steering Commitee ALGOSOURCE Olivier LEPINE CEA Jean François SASSI CEVA Yannick LERAT ChemSud Sylvain CAILLOL

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  • FFC : Fédération Française pour les Sciences de la Chimie
    France 18 30 Microalgal growth and biochemistry utilising waste effluent nutrient sources and flue gas in different tubular bioreactor conformations and evaluation using mechanistic models A Silkina Swansea University UK 18 45 Discussion 19 00 End Wednesday 2 April 2014 Session 2 Market and application 08 30 How microalgae can offer new possibilities for Nutrition and Health markets through innovative renewable ingredients S Neves Roquette France 09 00 Combining production expertise and formulation knowledge to offer relevant microalgaebased solutions in personal care products V Usache Microphyt France 09 15 Green sugar based surfactants and monomers from marine polysaccharides R Covis Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes France 09 30 Integrated technology for producing both high value bioproducts and biofuels from microalgae as well as CO2 biofixation and its demonstration Y Li University of Science and Technology Shanghai China 09 45 Discussion 10 00 10 20 Coffee break Session 3 Which algae resources for what molecule or applications 10 15 Posters Presentations 10 40 11 00 Coffee Break 10 20 Algae Futures for Commodity Fuels and Feeds Where When and How J Benemann MicroBio Engineering Inc USA 10 50 Macroalgae extracts as Active Ingredients for cosmetic present and future applications G Pauly BASF France 11 20 Discussion 11 35 Posters Presentations 12 00 13 30 Lunch 13 30 Hydrocarbon production from microalgae and its potential commercial use Recent developments in Japan M Watanabe Tsukuba University Japan 14 00 Assessing botryococcus braunii hydrocarbon production potential using original functional and physiological screening approach B Moutel L Université Nantes Angers le Man L UNAM France 14 15 Biotechnological optimization of light use efficiency in nannochloropsis cultures for biodiesel production T Morosinotto Università di Padova Italy 14 30 Synthesis of Antibacterial Bacteriophage Proteins in Microalgae L Stoffels University College London UK 14 45 Discussion 15 00 Commercial Production of Carotenoids by Microalgae S Boussiba Ben Gurion University of the Negev Israel 15 30 Natural sunscreen molecules from microalgae C A Llewellyn Plymouth Marine Laboratory UK 15 45 Ulvan nanoparticles from ulvan lyase degraded polysaccharides and their activity in fish in vitro immunomodulation O Coste Instituto de Formación Agraria y Pesquera de Andalucía Spain 16 00 Discussion 16 10 16 30 Coffee Break Session 4 Which algae processes and equipments towards algae bioraffineries 16 30 Bio based products from cultivated seaweed biomass in a value chain approach J Skjermo SINTEF Norway 17 00 The role of chemistry in the use of microalgae is challenging V Verdelho Algae for Future Portugal 17 30 Posters Presentations 17 45 Growth Rate Estimation of algae in Raceway Ponds A novel Approach Ph Hartmann INRIA France 18 00 Analysis of cellular properties during carotenogenesis in Dunaliella salina using flow cytometry M Fachet Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems Germany 18 15 Pre treatment of the brown algae Saccharina latissima for microbial conversion to chemicals and fuels I M Aasen SINTEF Norway 18 30 Extraction of compounds of interest from microalgae using supercritical carbon dioxide C Crampon Aix

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  • FFC : Fédération Française pour les Sciences de la Chimie
    in industry Guided site tours Visits of local sites on Monday March 31st 2014 Starting at 1 30 p m at Montpellier Corum Congress Center back at 8 00 p m Registrations are mandatory and limited to 30 people per guided tour First guided tour The INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE RECHERCHE POUR L EXPLOITATION DE LA MER Ifremer in Palavas les Flots Since its creation in 1974 the IFREMER station situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the lagoons of Palavas les Flots has been involved in research and development in marine fish farming in partnership with French and European organizations The station comprises 4000 m2 of experimental facilities and has been designated as a major research infrastructure by the European Union The presentation will first focus on fish biology spawning larval rearing weaning and fattening research topics discussed will include genetic improvement reproductive physiology animal husbandry and nutrition The second part will cover production systems fish welfare and environmental impact especially waste treatment and bioremediation using microalgae among other options Second guided tour SALINALGUE in Gruissan Located in a 400ha saltern Salinalgue Pilot Plant is a 1500m² Research and Development platform Salinalgue is a 4 years collaborative R D project 2011 2015 run by a consortium of 13 institutional and private partners With a total budget of 7 5M of which 4M is state grant the project is one of the most momentous European algae project The aim of Salinalgue project is to cultivate marine species to produce algae bioenergy and highvalue compounds Venue how to get there The congress wil take place at Le Corum located in the centre of Montpellier Venue Address Esplanade Charles de Gaulle 34000 Montpellier 04 67 61 67 61 Montpellier sits at the heart of the Mediterranean arc halfway between Italy and Spain The regional

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