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Our algae photobioreactor system (PBRs) can capture CO2 directly from the atmosphere. Provides a space-saving, cost-effective, and sustainable solution to offset CO2 emissions. 


Microalgae are one of nature’s most efficient carbon-fixing organisms, with a carbon-fixing rate of up to 6.24 g Lˉ¹dˉ¹. The culture of these microorganisms can conveniently scale up to significantly capture carbon emissions by fixing CO2 and converting it to oxygen through photosynthesis. The PBRs can be managed easily with the online monitoring system.

Genetic Screening

We applied fundamental knowledge and molecular biology techniques to select suitable algae strains from over 75,000 species.


We used mutagens to induce random DNA mutation of the wild-type algae genome. The most favored mutants are chosen based on their phenotypic differences and further analyzed by PCR and whole-genome sequencing.


According to our experimental data, we site-directed genetic modification to produce super-carbon capture algae. Those mutants have the advantage of being fast-growing, efficient in carbon fixing, and nutrient-rich.

Algae Media Formulation

We used our formula to prepare algae culture media to optimize the algae growth rate and generate beneficial substances.


The media formulation is designed for our super-algae and provides the highest cost-efficiency for algae cultivation.

Nanobubble PBRs Design

We applied nanobubble technologies in our photobioreactor design.


The reactor diffuses more CO2 to the algae than other diffusion methods. And allows the algae to grow faster and capture more CO2 than traditional reactor designs.