Delaware State University receives $300,000 for microalgae-to-energy research

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded two Delaware State University researchers a three-year grant of almost $300,000 (€273.7) for a project that could leverage the properties of microalgae toward energy and cancer treatment purposes.
The research is being led by Dr. Ali Parsaeimehr, Principal Investigator (PI) and DSU Postdoctoral Researcher, and Dr. Gulnihal Ozbay, Co-PI and Professor of Natural Resources and Associate Dean of Cooperative Extension.

Click here to learn more

Open Navigation