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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND THESIS FOCUSES ON COMMUNITY GROWTH OF SCENEDESMUS

Researchers at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences Institute for Marine and Environmental Technologies (UMCES/IMET) have authored a study detailing the favorable conditions for algal growth using a community growth standard. Leadauthors of the study were doctoral candidate Wang Hualong and UMCES Professor Dr. Feng Chen.

A community-based approach for enriching microalgae that grow under high concentration of CO2




AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY FEATURES HY-TEK BIO IN VIDEO
Film makers from the American Society of Microbiology visited HY-TEK Bio's plant at Back River Waste Water Treatment Plant to document the possibilities of reducing industrial carbon footprints.

Curbing Climate Change with Algae - Cultures Digital Feature​​



MARYLAND TECHNOLOGY ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE EXAMINES HY-TEK BIO BUSINESS MODEL

The University of Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute developed a proile to detail the HTB business model and the role of Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) in the success of start-ups.

HY-TEK Bio: Clean energy from fossil fuels


DAVID BORDER CONSULTANCY

David Border is a microbiologist with more than 30 years’ experience in microbiological technologies such as anaerobic digestion, microalgae cultivation, and commercial composting. 

Microalgae, Carbon Dioxide and Global Warming

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