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ASM Cultures
2016-02-01

The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) is a joint University System of Maryland research institute.

American Society for Microbiology
2016-01-27

Cultures Magazine by the American Society for Microbiology visits HY-TEK Bio and the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology to find out how one innovative biotech company is using algae t

WAMU (NPR) - Metro Connection
2015-04-17

Greenhouse gas emissions have proven a tough issue to address, because stopping or even slowing down the release of pollutants into the air often involves retrofitting our power plants with technol

Biomass Magazine
2014-09-16

The Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program has approved research projects worth $4.7 million to 18 teams, including five projects worth $1.9 million that aim to convert poultry manure into energy

Mtech
2014-09-11

The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program, an initiative of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) in the A.

Sys.con Media
2014-09-09

COLLEGE PARK, Md., Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program, an initiative of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) in the A.

Technical.ly Baltimore
2014-07-10

you ever dreamed of becoming a marine biologist growing up, you probably pictured swimming with dolphins, saving whales or clearing sand for baby turtles.

Ag Annex
2013-11-01

Carbon dioxide is a major contributor to global warming. By consuming carbon dioxide, plants like micro-algae can play a crucial role in reducing these emissions to the atmosphere.

The New Zealand Hearald
2013-03-15
MSN
2013-03-14

A pilot project in Baltimore shows a common strain of algae may hold the key to reducing greenhouse gases while also providing a major source of building blocks for both medicinal and nutritional c