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March 29, 2011

Algae Screen: A New Technology That Kills The Algaes Enemies Without Chemicals Unveiled Today

International Business Times UK: "Actually, the oil that we are extracting is in fact made from algae that lived millions of years ago, and sequestered the carbon present in those times....."
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March 29, 2011

Algae Screen Targets Predators With Electromagnetic Pulses

The Engineer: "California-based OriginOil has developed a patented (pending) process that keeps algae healthy and productive by selectively eliminating microscopic predators without the use of chemicals...."
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March 25, 2011

Eckelberry Says Algae Can Mitigate Carbon Fuel Emissions: Video

Bloomberg: "Riggs Eckelberry, chief executive officer of OriginOil Inc., talks about the production of chemicals and fertilizers from algae, and the company's efforts to..."
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March 25, 2011

New Breakthrough In Oil-algae Research

Commodity Online: "OriginOil, Inc. said the process it dubbed Algae Screen uses an electromagnetic pulse instead of chemicals to keep the algae healthy and productive..."
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March 25, 2011

OriginOil Announces Innovation to Increase Algae Yield

Hydrocarbon Processing: "The pulsing and power levels are adjustable for different algae types and environmental conditions such as water hardness and salinity...."
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March 25, 2011

New Process Protects Oil-producing Algae

UPI: "A California company promoting algae as a renewable source of oil to compete with petroleum has announced a process to protect it against microscopic predators...."
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March 23, 2011

Electromagnetism Can Deter Algae Pests, Firm Says

CNET: "OriginOil has developed a new method for targeting invading microbes that can kill or damage algae ponds, the algae research company said today...."
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March 23, 2011

Algae Predator Screen Developed by OriginOil

Algae Industry Magazine: "OriginOil, Inc. has filed their 12th patent application for Algae Screen™, a process that keeps algae healthy and productive by selectively eliminating microscopic predators..."
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March 23, 2011

OriginOil Develops New Electromagnetic Pulse Process to Remove Algae Predators

Green Car Congress: "Algae Screen targets invaders with calibrated pulses of low-power electromagnetic energy that leave the algae safe...."
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March 23, 2011

OriginOil Announces Breakthrough Innovation to Increase Algae Yield

CNBC: "All algae are targets for invasion. Oil-rich algae are particularly attractive to rotifers and other microscopic predators, said Paul Reep, Senior VP of Technology."
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