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Saturday, November 20, 2010

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The actual process/ technology was under WIPO patent pending nº : WO2008010737A1, and the inventor is Antonio Manuel Cardoso Marques Ferreira, the actual owner and CEO of VALORSABIO, Lda. The GREENLINE is a solution to grow microalgae and uses for the case transparent and vertical tubes. The tubes are set in rows and interconnected by [...]

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