Soley Institute is a biotechnology research institute, working on microalgae since 2000. Our researches are focused on: Microalgae against malnutrition, Seawater farming, Increasing photosynthetic efficiency, Photosynthetic energy production from microalgae, Developing powerful and high-tech photobioreactor systems, Bio-hydrogen production from microalgae, Bio-methane production, Energy conversions, Increasing microalgal oil content, Oil extraction from algae, Microalgae production technologies, Genetic modifications, Wastewater treatments with various microalgae and bacteria, Chlorophyll reduction resulting increasing solar radiation penetrate deeper, Creating & extracting highly valuable materials and pharmaceuticals from microalgae, Custom microalgae modifications, Testing and comparing different cultivation systems including photobioreactor systems, Organic chemical free growth medium and therefore organic microalgae productions, CO2 mitigation with various microalgae….
Driven by product innovation and high quality standards, Soley Institute has inherited numerous technologies ranging from Artificially Intelligent Photobioreactors to Phycobiliprotein Purification Processes. Over the period, we have meticulously mastered the behaviour patterns of a range of microalgae; consequently we have successfully cultivated and exploited the algae for various purposes and at all scales.
SOLEY has governmental permissions for working on microalgae, biodiesel, cosmetic, medicine production and production of their systems (machines, equipments, tools and facilities).
"SPIRULINA MICROALGAE STOPS MALNUTRITION"
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