Les microalgues ont principalement besoin d'eau, de nutriments, de soleil et de gaz carbonique atmosphérique pour réaliser leur photosynthèse. Pour optimiser l'utilisation optimale de ces éléments, Inalve a développé un système basé sur la propriété de certaines microalgues à former un biofilm.
Cette innovation permet de récolter directement une pâte très concentrée représentant un apport nutritif de premier ordre.
Our patented technology, that requires little floor space and no arable land, has been developed in partnership with Inria, CNRS, Sorbonne University ans Centrale Supelec.
We convert natural resources - water, sun, atmospheric CO and minerals - into valuable biomass.
Our system contains no pesticides, toxic heavy metals or food industry waste.
It makes it possible to prooduce all year round.
The microalgae used have been selected for their high growth capacity and nutritional qualities. These microalgae are guaranteed non-GMO.
Our products range allows efficient and virtuous alternatives in many areas. In particular for hatcheries (shrimp, fish, bivalve): we propose a sustainable offer with many benefits increasing productivity and biosecurity, simplifying logistic and meeting the demand for the naturalness of the food chain.
Mathis, thanks to his knowledge as a bio-process engineer and his past experiences in the field of microalgae, contributes to the transfer of R&D innovations to the industrial level. Graduated from the School of Industrial Biology (EBI) and Compiègne University of Technology (UTC), he combines his passion for biotechnologies with his desire for innovation.