The ALGOLIFE project, started in September 2014, is a regional French project which aims to develop the recovery of bioactive molecules from macroalgae for high value-added destinations such as human nutrition and animal nutrition and health.
The aim of the ALGOLIFE technical day was to promote technical exchanges, facilitate interaction between partners and animate the project.
It was organized at the Breizh Algae School, a training center for all who wish to get information on the scientific and technological advances around algae and their role in animal, plant and human health and nutrition.
The ALGOLIFE technical day gathered fifty people from the six partners with presentations on the project advances but also vivid technical discussions.
The ALGOLIFE project, financed by the French Public Bank (Bpifrance), was approved by the Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique with a consortium of four companies – The Agricultural Cooperative SICA Saint-Pol-de-Léon, Amadéite a company in Olmix Group, Diana SPF and Triballat Noyal - and two academic partners - ANSES and the Station Biologique de Roscoff (CNRS).