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Did you know that microalgae, microscopic cells you know as the green slime found in ponds, not only help you breathe, but can help us toward a sustainable future? Would you like to know how they influence the contents of your shopping trolley every day?

PhD Candidate Oksana Vronska from the University of Technology Sydney's Climate Change Cluster explains the role of microalgal biomass in biofuels and aquaculture feed production, high-value chemicals generation, feed manufacturing and wastewater treatment.

This free event is part of Inspiring Australia’s Talking Science library speaker series for Sydney Science Festival in National Science Week.



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