St. Cloud State University Teams up with Minnesota Business to Grow, Study Algae
by Dave Aeikens (St. Cloud Times) In the basement of Brown Hall at St. Cloud State University, specially-designed water tanks are used to grow algae.
It’s part of a research project for a southeastern Minnesota company that builds the algae-growing technology. That makes it a key part of the university’s goal to create partnerships with Minnesota companies and provide real-life experiences for its students and staff.
The university showed off its Photoplankton Laboratory on Tuesday and its partnership with Preston-based Algaedyne as part of a national effort to promote algae. READ MORE includes Video