Algenuity will be speaking and exhibiting at the British Phycological Society 2016 Annual Meeting this week in Bournemouth, United Kingdom.
Andrew Spicer, CEO of Algenuity, will be speaking on "Making Microalgae Work: Developing the right tools to dig into algal biology for industrial exploitation". Algenuity will also be exhibiting their Algem labscale photobioreactor.
The British Phycological Society (BPS) is a charity devoted to the study of algae, and it was founded in 1952. The BPS is one of the oldest phycological societies in the world.
Algenuity is a proud Industrial member of the British Phycological Society, and Andrew Spicer serves on the BPS's Algal Innovations Group.
Learn more about the BPS here: http://www.brphycsoc.org/meetings.lasso .