Previous event: 2021.11.22
The 45th International Scientific and Technical Seminar “Chemistry for Agriculture” was held on November 21 – 24, 2021 in Karpacz. 208 participants took part in the conference, including about 2/3 scientists from universities, having 7 rectors, and about 1/3 representatives of industrial plants related to agriculture. There were such tycoons as Grupa Azoty S.A. and other compnies: INTERMAG Sp. z o.o, EKOPLON Sp. z o.o., FOSFAN S.A., AGRECO Sp.z.o.o. The project was represented by prof. AMU Beata Messyasz, prof. Bogusława Łęska and prof. AMU Radosław Pankiewicz, who gave a total of 4 lectures. We were able to present the results obtained so far in the project, both during a closed session and during conference talks, arousing great interest. During the conference, it was noticed that due to the huge increase in gas prices and the cost of CO2 emissions to the atmosphere, the interest in organic fertilizers increased significantly. It made us believe that the assumptions of our LIFE project are correct and that it is possible to achieve profitability of harvesting and processing algae biomass into fertilizer in the future.
The 16th progress meeting of the project management group took place in Kaunas. Project partners from Poland also participated in the meeting. The seminar “Demonstration of algae harvesting in Kaunas Reservoir”, change of project budget and project prolongation, visit of monitoring expert and other relevant issues were discussed during the meeting.
The seminar “Demonstration of algae harvesting in the Kaunas Reservoir” took place on the 6th of September 2022. During the first part of the seminar, achieved results of the project were presented together with the project partners from Poland, and the problems of algal blooms, ways solutions of improving water quality and use of algal […]
Symposium was hosted at the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Faculty of Science, České Budějovice, Czech Republic from the 14th to 18th of August 2022. The aim of symposium is to give all participants the opportunity to participate in a comprehensive discussion on the topics of evolution, taxonomy, ecology, biogeography, and physiology of cyanobacteria and their practical use. […]
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