The Baltic Blue Biotechnology Alliance matches its users to the services,facilities and experts they need to take their product idea to the next level
ALLIANCE helped to address the challenges in microalgae biomass production using liquid from biogas production.
With the support of ALLIANCE, Biome applies Baltic Sea mollusk shells as a mineral resource for the preparation of the bone grafts with the shell material for bone tissue engineering.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, SFTec will test and evaluate the enabling potentiality of ModHeat® technology for blue bio-economy needs.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, Vetik is developing different valuable products from a red seaweed. Examples are red pigments with fluorescent, antitumor, antioxidant properties that could be used in biotechnology, medicine, cosmetics and food industries. Since 2017, ALLIANCE partners are supporting Vetik both in the production and business development.
Baltic Iredescence – from macroalgal microbiota to new enzymes and optical materials
With the help of the ALLIANCE, Baltic Probiotics will test its innovative new aquaculture products. The probiotic products enhance fish health and water quality. ALLIANCE partners will be helping with laboratory experiments in model systems.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, CRM is developing a new product based on macroalgae extracts. The active compound will be used in cosmetics to protect the skin from free radicals. The company is collaborating with ALLIANCE researchers to find an alternative method of extraction.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, Biovento is looking into natural product chemistry and bioactivity testing for its collection of cultivated Baltic Sea microalgae. The aim is to find inhibitors of microalgae growth that could be applied in the maritime industry.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, KSTP is preparing a feasibility study about the analysis of the chemical composition of the geothermal water of the Klaipėda region.
With the help of the ALLIANCE, Kalundborg Utility will put its state-of-the-art microalgae cultivation test facility to new use. ALLIANCE partners will help to come up with new concepts and potential users to carry on the work in experimental algal cultivation.
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