Photobioreactors for sustainable production of plant-driven biocompounds…
4-year PhD project available in the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS)
A 4-year PhD project is available in the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS) at the University of Strathclyde. Deadline for applications 31st May 2017
“The ASLEE project is delighted to be holding a free-to-attend, one day conference – Empowering Rural Industries on 20th March 2017 at the Technology and Innovation Centre, Glasgow. This showcase event integrating the renewable energy sector with innovative manufacturing, will provide opportunities to hear from and interact with experts from energy suppliers, aquaculture, distilleries, forestry, […]
“This innovative new project will develop a Masters degree exploring the potential benefits of Blue Biotechnologies for health, nutrition and aquaculture.” Dr McKenzie recently had a visit to Brussels to cement Xanthella’s partnership in a new project to develop a ‘Blue Technologies’ Masters Degree. “The two-year Master’s degree, named ‘Blue Biotechnology Masters for Blue […]
Argyll and Bute Council led a delegation of local businesses and social enterprises to Amberg-Sulzbach in Bavaria focussing on economic growth, sharing best practice and promoting Argyll and Bute to the international European market.
Xanthella Ltd are very pleased to announce the start of a new pioneering project to bring new industry to rural areas of Scotland using renewable energy to produce high value products.
With such big changes in the pipeline for Xanthella we’ve been reminiscing today about our humble beginnings. The first test on the xenon bulb was done when the office had nothing other than a few desks and boxes of ‘bits and bobs’. Ana did an amazing job with nothing to work with other than duct tape […]
DP Digital Media produce short videos for HIE – Innovate Your Business
Phd student Frederike Stock of Ghent University wins our 1ltr PBR!
Enter for your chance to win one of our microPharos bench-top photobioreactor systems.