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HY-TEK BIO, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND (UMCES) AND THE ARGONNE NATIONAL LABS (ANL) WIN $3.7 M GRANT TO INCREASE THE MIMTIGATION POTENTIAL OF HY-TEK BIO'S ALGAE-BASED GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) MITIGATION SYSTEM.
The 3-year grant will increase the mitigation potential of HY-TEK Bio's system by at least 50% and advance HY-TEK Bio's system into commercial status. 


HY-TEK BIO DEVELOPS A CONTAINERIZED VERSION OF THEIR ALGAE-BASED GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG0 MITIGATION SYSTEM.

As a result of several technology requests from customers, HY-TEK Bio has developed several versions of their GHG mitigation system that will fit into standard ISO Sea Can containers. A 50 Ton CO2 per year version in a 20 foot container, a 250 Ton CO2 per year version in a 40 foot container and a 500 Ton CO2 per year version in a 53 foot container. The container includes all hardware and software to manage both pre-bioreactor and post-bioreactor processes while the bioreactors reside in a separate "shell" building.


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. Lead authors of the study are Dr. Hualong Wang  and UMCES Professor Dr. Feng Chen. The study was conducted at the HY-TEK Bio facility at Baltimore City's Back River waste Water Treatment Plant. The study began early 2020 with preliminary results showing a dominance of Scenedesmus when applying high concentrations of CO2.

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 profile 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


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