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ISAP Student Awards 7th Congress -  Virtual Platform - 2021

Best Seaweed Poster Presentation:

Claudia L. Cara, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland - ''Investigation into microbiome interactions in field-collected and laboratory-grown macroalgae''
Jee Grace B. SuyoUniversity of Philippines Visayas, Philippines - ''What are the sustainability issues in the Philippine seaweed industry? – Insights from stakeholders''
Nora Salland, Marine Biological Association, UK - ''Climate change responses of NE Atlantic kelps. Saccorhiza polyschides as an ocean warming 'winner' in the UK?''

Best Microalgae Poster Presentation:

Chihiro YoshidaMeiji University, Japan - "Development of organic acid production from Cyanidioschyzon merolae"
 Kyoko TamuraUniversity of Tsukuba, Japan - "Hydrothermal Liquefaction of polycultured microalgae: Yield and Propertie of biocrude"
Damaristelma de. Jesús-CamposUniversity of Sonola, Mexico - "Nitrogen deficiency modifies the chemical profile and expression levels of the NRT2 and DGAT2 genes in marine diatom Chaetoceros muelleri"

Best Seaweed Oral Presentation:

Shareen A Abdul MalikUniversity of South Brittany, France - "Untargeted metabolomic fingerprinting of Halymenia floresii secondary metabolites to investigate its defence on surface"
Mathilde Fournière, University of Greenwich, UK - "Production of Poly- and Oligosaccharidic Fractions from Macroalga Ulva sp.: Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Renewal in Human Skin Fibroblasts"
Deepak Pandey, Nord University, Norway - "Seasonal impacts on the chemical composition and in-vitro rumen fermentation characteristics of various seaweed species"

Best Microalgae Oral Presentation:

Ben LeylandBen-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel - "The lipid droplet proteome of the oleaginous model pennate diatom, Phaeodactylum tricornutum"
Mariana R. Carneiro, University of Porto, Portugal - "Growth and PSII performance of Nannochloropsis oceanica grown in three different pilot-scale cultivation systems outdoors"
Hajar Shayesteh, Murdoch University, Australia - "CO2 effect on microalgal growth in abattoir effluent"

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