Pioneers. Engineers. Algaeneers.


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“From firsthand experience, I can say that the research team and talent at Algaeneers Inc is world-class and first-rate, and the company has state-of-the-art facilities and resources. The Algaeneers produce outstanding results on-budget and on-time, and place a big emphasis on integrity, partnership, and transparency. If I had to pick one company for a mission-critical industrial biomanufacturing project, it would be Algaeneers Inc.”

C. Perry Chou, PhD
Canada Research Chair in Biomanufacturing
Editor of Biotechnology Advances
Professor , Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Waterloo


“As the Editor-in-chief of Biotechnology Advances, and after an extensive career as a ‘Distinguished Professor‘ in Biochemical Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology, and Environmental Management and consulting for Fortune 100 companies, I’ve seen a lot in terms of biomanufacturing technologies. To me, Algaeneers Inc’s algae biomanufacturing platform is the one to watch. Microalgae are fast and inexpensive to grow, almost like a bacteria. Yet, microalgae have the sophisticated biosynthetic capabilities of complex mammalian cells. Maybe most importantly, like plants, algae are safe to humans; they don’t carry any human pathogens. What’s been missing is a toolkit to harness all of this potential. That’s where the Algaeneers team really distinguish themselves: they’ve got the toolkit. It’s the ‘perfect storm’ of capabilities and I think it’s going to transform biomanufacturing as we know it today.”

Murray Moo-Young, PhD, FRSC
Editor-in-chief of Biotechnology Advances and Comprehensive Biotechnology
Former Director of the NSERC Cell-Factory Bioprocessing Research Network
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Waterloo