Events


ALG-AD invites AD plant managers/owners and novel feed producers to workshop and OPEN DAY

, Innolab, Marechalstraat 70, 8020 Oostkamp, Belgium

AD plant managers/owners and novel feed producers are being invited to join the ALG-AD project at a workshop which will be held in February at its pilot facility in Oostkamp, Belgium. The event, planned for Thursday 13th February 2020, offers delegates the opportunity to find out more about the work being done on the project and to contribute to its further development and long term implementation. We would specifically like to receive information from the delegates on the criteria needed for them to adopt the ALG-AD technology in the future.
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Introducing ALG_AD to end-of-waste business platform in Ghent

, Ghent University

Our colleague Jai Sankar Seelam gave an introductory pitch on the project to colleagues and students at an inspiring afternoon events at the university. His talk took place in a session which was organised by an end-of-waste business platform. It was billed as a unique opportunity to learn about the strategic developments in policy and industry, and current efforts at the faculty, and of the the efforts being made towards a more sustainable future.
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Super Science Sunday Swansea 2019

, The Waterfront Museum, Swansea, Wales, UK

Swansea University’s Oriel Science hosted “Super Science Sunday” at the National Waterfront Museum, during British Science Week 2019. Visitors of all ages saw a huge range of interactive science exhibits, from animals and insects to black holes and astronauts! They were able to spend the day exploring current research with hands on learning, which was suitable for the entire family.
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ALG-AD on display at Ghent academic event

, Ghent University, Belgium

The 24th National Symposium for Applied Biological Sciences (NSABS) on 4 February 2019 at Ghent University! NSABS 2019 was an event which brought together junior researchers, postdocs and group leaders in the field of applied biological sciences. The full-day symposium encompassed a wide variety of research topics in applied biological sciences, and encouraged PhD students to present their work, meet and exchange ideas across researchers and institutions. It was an opportunity to present research to a broad audience and offered the opportunity for networking among colleagues.
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