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ISAP 2017 Tuesday 20th June evening: The Congress Gala Dinner at "Les Machines de l'Ile"

Surrounded by the original universe of "Les Machines de l'Ile" at the crossroads of Jules Verne’s "invented worlds", the mechanical universe of Leonardo da Vinci, and of Nantes’ industrial history. Perfect moment to reward the society members for their continuous and outstanding contributions to the field of Applied Phycology. We spend a pleasant evening full of surprises.

Awards 2017

Avigad Vonshak (awarded) and Roberto de Philippis

CĂ©line Rebours and Roberto de Philippis (awarded)

Susan Blackburn and John Benemann (awarded)

Previous Awards

2014

  • Prof. Amha Belay (below, right, with Dr Susan Blackburn, centre)
  • Prof. Sammy Boussiba (below, left)
  • Prof. Mario Tredici (below)

 2011   

  • Prof. (JU) Johan Grobbelaar

2010

  • Prof. Brian A. WHITTON (United Kingdom)

2005

  • Prof. Claude GUDIN (France)
  • Prof. Ivan SETLIK (Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Carl J. SOEDER (Germany)

 2002

  • Prof. Hiroaki IWAMOTO (Japan)
  • Prof. Ralph LEWIN (USA)
  • Prof. Riccardo MATERASSI (Italy)
  • Prof. Shigetoh MIYACHI (Japan)
  • Prof. William J. OSWALD (USA)
  • Prof. Amos RICHMOND (Israel)

About us

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.

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applied.phycologysoc@gmail.com

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ISAP has nearly 400 members worldwide from more than 40 countries. Of these members, there are Corporate Members and 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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Netherlands

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