Algae cultivation in plastic tubes compared to tubular glass PBRs
Expert dishes out thoughts on the future of induction cooking
For years, induction cooktops have been a staple of high-end and well-designed homes in the U.S. and Europe. But in the U.S. restaurant kitchens, chefs and kitchen designers are slowly waking up to the benefits of induction cooktops. We tapped Dan Farmer, the general manager of CookTek, to talk about what’s taking induction cooking to the commercial cooking space.
From wastewater treatment to the latest footwear: Algae solves problems
Members of the SCHOTT team recently attended the Algae Biomass Summit. What we’re seeing now in the industry is decades of concerted research, initially aimed at finding ways to make fuel, but yielding results across a range of industries. Algae production is helping to clean water, and could soon help reduce our dependence on traditional plastics. One day soon, you may have a pair of running shoes made of algae. The future is green.