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Otti Croze awarded Royal Society Research Grant

last modified Mar 31, 2016 07:29 PM

Otti Croze has been awarded a £15k Royal Society Research Grant. The grant will allow to purchase industrial photobioreactors from Variconaqua solutions to be sited in the Algae lab in the Physics of Medicine building and at the Algal Innovation Centre in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. The project is entitled "Using microswimmer biophysics to boost algal photobioreactor efficiency" and will be a collaboration with Alison Smith (Plant Sciences), Stuart Dalziel(G. K. Batchelor lab and DAMTP) and Variconaqua.

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