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DSU receives $300,000 grant for microalgae research

Ali Parsaeimehr and Gulnihal Ozbay are the Principal Investigator and Co-PI, respectively, on a research grant in which they are developing microalgae for dual purposes – as a bioenergy source and for use as a pharmaceutical. / SOURCE: DSU

December 29, 2023

BY Delaware State University

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