The ISAP is a non-profit organization that aims to promote research and the dissemination of knowledge concerning the utilization of algae. In order to meet these objectives, the ISAP promotes the following activities:
Organizes triennial meetings, encouraging wide participation from academia and industry.
Forms an informed source of expertise among members who could provide an accurate, disinterested opinion. concerning algal products or relating to environmental impact.
Forms links and affiliations with existing national and regional organizations of applied phycology.
Promotes the exchange of students and researchers.
Applies for special grants and donations from international bodies, governments and industry to support activities of the Society.
Issues an electronic newsletter to publicize activities.
Organizes workshops and training programs.
Supports culture collections of algae.
Organizes exhibitions of commercial algal products and similar pertinent exhibits along the triennial meetings.
The ISAP is a non-profit organization that aims to
promote research and the dissemination of
knowledge concerning the utilization of algae.
ISAP has nearly 500 supporters worldwide from more than 40 countries. Of these supporters, there are representatives of industry and scientific researchers with expertise spanning all applied aspects of microalgae and macroalgae, and student members across the world.