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EABA - ISAP Grant Awardees for the ISAP2021 ConGRESS

The European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) and the International Society for Applied Phycology (ISAP) would like to congratulate the applicants for the EABA - ISAP Conference support grant and is pleased to announce that it will provide free access to each of them. The different areas of work showed different levels of impact, and the commitment and relevance are equally high for all the applications. EABA and ISAP would like to thank all the applicants and student supervisors. We wish all of them a great participation in ISAP conference and in future EABA activities.

Sui Yixing, University of Greenwich, UK

Nwoba Emeka, Murdoch University, Australia

Solomon Melaku, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

Hmani Imen, National Institute of marine Science and Technology, Tunisia

Yanan Xu, University of Greenwich, UK

Deepak Ranjan Sethi, University of Sheffield, UK

Amel Isamail, National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies, Tunisia

Asilah Al-Has, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Deepak Pandey, Nord University, Norway

Hugo Pliego-Cortés, Université Bretagne Sud, France

Aleksandra Golubeva, University of Szczecin, Poland

Noreen Khan, Islamia College University, Peshawar, Pakistan

Jessica Knoop, Gent University, Belgium

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The ISAP is a non-profit organization that aims to promote research, preservation of algal genotypes, 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.

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