Latest news from Algae@UCL
- Paul Hellier (Department of Mechanical Engineering, UCL) and Saul Purton have received a £5000 award from UCL's "Sustainable Resources for Sustainable Cities Catalyst Grant" scheme to carry out a combustion assessment of potential biofuels that could be produced from algae.
- We welcome Umaima Al-Hoqani as a new PhD student in the Purton group. Umaima is the recipient of a prestigious award from the Sultanate of Oman's Ministry of Manpower and her project will investigate the expression of foreign genes in the chloroplast of Chlamydomonas and other algae.
is an interdisciplinary algal research consortium, encompassing a broad spectrum of departments within UCL. The group was formed with the intention of bringing together diverse algal research interests, whilst providing a focal point for future initiatives and collaborations. Algae@UCL has members from the life sciences, engineering, social sciences and architecture. The research interests are varied, but major themes include:
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