A breath of fresh air
Every second breath you take is made possible by the vast algae cultures our world holds.
But algae do not only produce oxygen. Algae are used for cosmetics, as food for both animals and humans, and even can produce light. Algae are vital to our world.
We create innovative solutions to ramp up the production as the algae market grows more important every day.
Some algae can produce light. These dinoflagellates can be found all over the world, but are rarely cultivated. This is what they look like under a microscope.
Global warming proof
Algae absorb CO2 and convert this into oxygen. Algae are the largest suppliers of oxygen on our planet.
The biomass from algae can feed fish, cattle, or provide food for ourselves. The algae use waste water and fumes from livestock as a nutrient source.
Besides a small amount of nutrients, algae live on light. Just as plants they rely on photosynthesis. In turn they produce oils, biomass or even light!
We develop our cutting-edge algae products within several projects.
One of the critical factors that slows down production is the efficiency of growth. Algae are photosynthetic thus require light to convert carbon dioxide and water into organic molecules. A major challenge in scaling algae production is the light efficiency in relation to culture growth.
Cyan is a breakthrough light technology that speeds up the cultivation process by applying a specific light recipe.
Status: Under development by Scape Agency