9th Nordic Seaweed Conference

Så er det tid til at tilmelde sig årets AlgeCenter Danmark tang konference, som står i bæredygtighedens tegn. Med undertitlen “Meeting the UN sustainability goals by Innovation in Macroalgae as a Bioresource”, bliver der sat fokus på, hvordan udnyttelse af tang kan bidrage til bæredygtige løsninger.

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En af årets talere er Balu Nayak fra universitetet i Maine, som vil fortælle om udvikling af bæredygtige procesteknologier i forbindelse med anvendelse af tang til fødevarer og fødevareingredienser i sit oplæg: Innovations in the sustainable seaweed processing technologies for food and food ingredients.

Årets talerliste er ved at være fyldt ud, og du kan blandt høre følgende spændende talere:

  • Ying Yen, Nord Universitet, Norway: Silage fermentation properties of Saccharina latissima and Alaria esculenta under various additives and processing methods.
  • Philipp Doerschmann, University of Kiel, Germany: Fucoidans with beneficial effects for ocular diseases, influence on cell viability, VEGF secretion and oxidative stress protection.
  • Heiko Keller, Institute for Energy and Environmental Research Heidelberg, Germany: Operationalising UN sustainable development goals for algae-based process development via integrated life cycle sustainability assessment.
  • Susse Wegeberg, Aarhus University, Denmark: The unknown kelp forests of Greenland – the East coast’s unexpected lushness.
  • Cecilie W. Nielsen, DTU Food, Denmark: Is blanching the solution for lowering iodine in sugar kelp and which quality consequences does it have to blanch sugar kelp?
  • Maryam MacCorquodale, SAMS, Scotland: Manipulating macronutrient concentration (N,P, FE) to ensure vegetative cultivation of kelp gametophytes (saccharina latissimi) for the aquaculture industry.
  • David Aldridge, Seaweed Energy Solutions, Norway: Seaweed cultivation and processing for sustainable production of food and other products.
  • Dr Achinta Bordoloi, Stellenbosch University, South Afrika: Subcritical water extraction for recovering high value products from the brown macroalgae Ecklonia maxima: A greener alternative.
  • Rita Clancy, Eurida Research Management: Future sustainable seaweed industries in Europe – Social aspects and the need for public dialogues.
  • Rafael Meichßner, Kiel University: UV- screening in Baltic seaweeds and its application in cosmetic products.
  • Frederik Gröndahl, KTH Royal Institute of Technology: Seafarm Algae cultivation for a more sustainable world.

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