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15.06.2019

Microalgae in feed provides climate friendly salmon

Farmed salmon and livestock can soon get climate-friendly feed. Norwegian test plants can now produce reliable algae substances that can replace imported soy.                    “This is the green gold and the biological raw material may contain 60 percent protein, which is more than twice as much as in the imported soy we are so dependent on today”

Full article in DN 15.06.2019  Microalgae in salmon feed

07.01.2019

Alice Group – Algaeponic Innovation

The two biochemical companies, Alice Algae Iceland and Svinna-Engineering Ltd have joined forces in developing an algaeponic system combining fish and/or crayfish in the aquaculture part of the system and microalgae in the hydroponic part. Alice has knowledge and experience in algae production and Samraekt in designing and running closed aquaponics systems with plants and fish/crayfish. Algaeponic Innovation

29.11.2018

Alice Group is a new member at ShareLab in Oslo Science Park

ShareLab is a launchpad for entrepreneurs and start-ups aiming to develop new products and services based on life science and biotechnology. ShareLab is Oslo’s new biotech incubator and opened officially March 21.dy by prime minister Erna Solberg. Alice Group News

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06.11.2018

The Only Path Forward for Biotech

Biotech is booming, but R&D is held back by widespread inefficiencies. If biotech’s going to industrialize and mature in the same ways as other paradigm-shifting industries, it needs a new approach. The Only Path Forward for Biotech

Biotech is booming, but if it's going to mature in the same ways as other paradigm-shifting industries, it needs a new approach.

18.03.2018

China Biotech Boom

Competition for life-science talent in China has shifted. Despite their heavy investment

in R&D centres in China in the past decade, multinational biopharma firms are finding

themselves battling Chinese biotechnology start-ups to attract talent. China Biotech Boom

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31.08.2017

CODI M develops Norwegian company and anticancer drugs .. Pipeline expansion

CodyM, a bio-platform company , announced on March 31 that it has signed an exclusive sales contract with Alice Group, a Norwegian bio company , for the micro-algae extract in Asia. Press release Asia

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09.01. 2018

This Natural Antioxidant Can Improve Your Athletic Performance By Up To 62 Percent

As nature’s most powerful antioxidant, natural astaxanthin brings a multitude of health benefits to the human body… so why doesn’t anyone talk about it? Natural Antioxidant

14.06.2017

This tiny robot made of algae could swim through your body and kill cancer cells

Scientists have built a microbot out of algae which could swim through the body – propelled by magnetic forces – and potentially destroy cancer cells when it decomposes.

Scientists have built a microbot out of algae which could swim through the body – propelled by magnetic forces – and potentially destroy cancer cells when it decomposes.  Robot of Algae