I-PHYC News

I-PHYC News

Algae on Prescription !

We are delighted to report that the demonstrator has produced its first results, even though we are still in the commissioning phase and still focused on the hardware and software of the plant.  So far the algae have grown to about 10% of the target algae density, and...

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PHYCONET 2018

Phyconet provided a great opportunity for the whole team to uncover how the world of microalgae and biotechnology is progressing.  In addition to this it provided I-Phyc lab tech Jeremy Winter and Chief scientist Dr. Lucie Novoveska with a platform to exhibit some of...

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Catch of the day: I-PHYC to present at PHYCO-NET

I-PHYC are pleased to report that they will be presenting at the annual PHYCONET conference in November 2018. PHYCONET offers a chance for biologists, engineers and industrial partners to combine their knowledge and expertise in all areas of algae biotechnology. Dr...

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Czech-ing out ALGATECH

I-PHYCs chief scientist Dr. Lucie Novoveska attended the Microalgae in Biotechnology and Agriculture conference in Czech Republic. Lucie was happy to participate and share I-PHYCs latest research in exploring the potential of microalgae as a nutrient recovery resource...

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Commissioning begins!

The I-PHYC team are excited to announce that construction of the UKs largest algae wastewater treatment facility has been completed and is currently under commission. I-PHYC are eager to share their cutting edge technology in redefining the treatment of wastewater...

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Hi Ho, Hi Ho it’s off to work we go!

I-PHYC are pleased to welcome a new lab technician to the team. Francesca Ho recently completed her BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences at the University of the West of England where her studies had a main focus in plant biology.

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I-PHYC stands out at The BIG Phosphorous Conference

I-PHYC CEO Dr Daniel Murray and Chief Scientist Dr Lucie Novoveska attended The BIG Phosphorous Conference and Exhibition in Manchester today. Daniel was delighted to take to the I-PHYC exhibition stand to share the team’s latest discoveries with other...

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Well algae damned: I-PHYC to present at two conferences

I-PHYC has been selected to present at The BIG Phosphorous Conference and Exhibition in July 2017, as well as the European Waste Water Management Conference in October 2017. Both events provide the perfect opportunity for wastewater operators to learn about how I-PHYC...

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I-PHYC awarded funding from Innovate UK

I-PHYC has been awarded funding from Innovate UK, alongside partners at iXscient, Johnson Matthey, LUX-TSI and Brunel University London. The funding will go towards developing state-of-the-art biophotonic technology for algal and horticultural use. Innovate UK is the...

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I-PHYC raises the Kirton on new partnership

The curtain’s up and I-PHYC is ready to roll! Utility, oil and gas industry specialist Kirton Engineering will be working with I-PHYC to design and commission its latest algal-based wastewater treatment and value recovery process. The I-PHYC team is very excited about...

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Winter is coming…

I-PHYC would like to introduce lab technician Jeremy Winter to the team. Jeremy completed MSc in Applied Biotechnology at the University of Westminster shortly after having completed his BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science at the University of the west of England.

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I-PHYC scoops up SETsquared award

I-PHYC CEO Dr Daniel Murray has been selected by SETsquared as one of the top 50 entrepreneurs to be supported by the group during the last 15 years. The announcement of the exclusive list took place in a reception at the House of Commons today, where the top 50 were...

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It’s office-ial: I-PHYC has moved!

I-PHYC has moved into a new 5,300-square-foot facility in Bristol, UK. The space will give I-PHYC room for its expanding team and facilities, so that the company is better equipped to support industry partners and develop innovative wastewater treatment solutions.

read more

Visit I-PHYC at Venturefest

I-PHYC will be attending Venturefest on October 17th 2017 in Bristol, UK. Whether you’re perplexed by the powers of algae, intrigued by I-PHYC’s cutting-edge technology, or just want to say hello, come along to our stand! If you’ll miss Venturefest but would like to...

read more

Chief Scientist says aloha to I-PHYC

I-PHYC is excited to welcome Chief Scientist Dr Lucie Novoveska to the team. An applied phycologist from Hawaii, Lucie brings a wealth of experience in microbiological effluent treatment and developing processes to exploit the commercial potential of algae.

read more

I-PHYC earns EU Horizon 2020 funding

I-PHYC is very pleased to announce that it has been awarded funding and support from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. The prestigious SME instrument funding has been granted to only a handful of high-potential biotechnology SMEs, to help them develop innovative ideas,...

read more

Chief Engineer brings international experience to I-PHYC

I-PHYC is thrilled to welcome Chief Engineer Simona York to the team. Simona is a chemical engineer bringing valuable international experience across the wastewater treatment sector, including the development and implementation of large-scale processes....

read more

Algae on Prescription !

We are delighted to report that the demonstrator has produced its first results, even though we are still in the commissioning phase and still focused on the hardware and software of the plant.  So far the algae have grown to about 10% of the target algae density, and...

read more

PHYCONET 2018

Phyconet provided a great opportunity for the whole team to uncover how the world of microalgae and biotechnology is progressing.  In addition to this it provided I-Phyc lab tech Jeremy Winter and Chief scientist Dr. Lucie Novoveska with a platform to exhibit some of...

read more

Catch of the day: I-PHYC to present at PHYCO-NET

I-PHYC are pleased to report that they will be presenting at the annual PHYCONET conference in November 2018. PHYCONET offers a chance for biologists, engineers and industrial partners to combine their knowledge and expertise in all areas of algae biotechnology. Dr...

read more

Czech-ing out ALGATECH

I-PHYCs chief scientist Dr. Lucie Novoveska attended the Microalgae in Biotechnology and Agriculture conference in Czech Republic. Lucie was happy to participate and share I-PHYCs latest research in exploring the potential of microalgae as a nutrient recovery resource...

read more

Commissioning begins!

The I-PHYC team are excited to announce that construction of the UKs largest algae wastewater treatment facility has been completed and is currently under commission. I-PHYC are eager to share their cutting edge technology in redefining the treatment of wastewater...

read more

Hi Ho, Hi Ho it’s off to work we go!

I-PHYC are pleased to welcome a new lab technician to the team. Francesca Ho recently completed her BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences at the University of the West of England where her studies had a main focus in plant biology.

read more

I-PHYC stands out at The BIG Phosphorous Conference

I-PHYC CEO Dr Daniel Murray and Chief Scientist Dr Lucie Novoveska attended The BIG Phosphorous Conference and Exhibition in Manchester today. Daniel was delighted to take to the I-PHYC exhibition stand to share the team’s latest discoveries with other...

read more

Well algae damned: I-PHYC to present at two conferences

I-PHYC has been selected to present at The BIG Phosphorous Conference and Exhibition in July 2017, as well as the European Waste Water Management Conference in October 2017. Both events provide the perfect opportunity for wastewater operators to learn about how I-PHYC...

read more

I-PHYC awarded funding from Innovate UK

I-PHYC has been awarded funding from Innovate UK, alongside partners at iXscient, Johnson Matthey, LUX-TSI and Brunel University London. The funding will go towards developing state-of-the-art biophotonic technology for algal and horticultural use. Innovate UK is the...

read more

I-PHYC raises the Kirton on new partnership

The curtain’s up and I-PHYC is ready to roll! Utility, oil and gas industry specialist Kirton Engineering will be working with I-PHYC to design and commission its latest algal-based wastewater treatment and value recovery process. The I-PHYC team is very excited about...

read more

Winter is coming…

I-PHYC would like to introduce lab technician Jeremy Winter to the team. Jeremy completed MSc in Applied Biotechnology at the University of Westminster shortly after having completed his BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science at the University of the west of England.

read more

I-PHYC scoops up SETsquared award

I-PHYC CEO Dr Daniel Murray has been selected by SETsquared as one of the top 50 entrepreneurs to be supported by the group during the last 15 years. The announcement of the exclusive list took place in a reception at the House of Commons today, where the top 50 were...

read more

It’s office-ial: I-PHYC has moved!

I-PHYC has moved into a new 5,300-square-foot facility in Bristol, UK. The space will give I-PHYC room for its expanding team and facilities, so that the company is better equipped to support industry partners and develop innovative wastewater treatment solutions.

read more

Visit I-PHYC at Venturefest

I-PHYC will be attending Venturefest on October 17th 2017 in Bristol, UK. Whether you’re perplexed by the powers of algae, intrigued by I-PHYC’s cutting-edge technology, or just want to say hello, come along to our stand! If you’ll miss Venturefest but would like to...

read more

Chief Scientist says aloha to I-PHYC

I-PHYC is excited to welcome Chief Scientist Dr Lucie Novoveska to the team. An applied phycologist from Hawaii, Lucie brings a wealth of experience in microbiological effluent treatment and developing processes to exploit the commercial potential of algae.

read more

I-PHYC earns EU Horizon 2020 funding

I-PHYC is very pleased to announce that it has been awarded funding and support from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. The prestigious SME instrument funding has been granted to only a handful of high-potential biotechnology SMEs, to help them develop innovative ideas,...

read more

Chief Engineer brings international experience to I-PHYC

I-PHYC is thrilled to welcome Chief Engineer Simona York to the team. Simona is a chemical engineer bringing valuable international experience across the wastewater treatment sector, including the development and implementation of large-scale processes....

read more