Aurora Algae finishes work on cultivation facility in Australia

08/22/2013 | BiomassMagazine.com

Australia's Aurora Algae, with the help of the Durack Institute of Technology, has finished building a new algae cultivation facility in Geraldton, Western Australia. The site, which is about 620 miles south of Karratha, where Aurora Algae runs a demonstration-scale facility, is viewed by the company as a potential location for a commercial-scale plant.

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