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Company Overview of Cellana, Inc.
Cellana, Inc., a renewable energy technology company, develops algae-based biofuels and bioproducts. It focuses on marine microalgae to produce feedstocks for biofuels, aquaculture feed, animal feed, cosmetics, industrial chemicals, and other products. The company involves in the production of algae oil and antioxidants/carotenoids, such as astaxanthan. Cellana, Inc. was formerly known as HR BioPetroleum, Inc. and changed its name to Cellana, Inc. on April 25, 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in La Jolla, California. It has a facility in Kona, Hawaii.
7597 Eads Avenue
La Jolla, CA 92037
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Cellana, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder, Chairman and Member of Scientific & Technical Team
Co-Founder and Member of Scientific & Technical Team
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Cellana, Inc. Key Developments
Cellana Appoints David Anton as Chief Operating Officer and Board Director
Mar 11 15
Cellana, Inc. announced that David Anton, Ph.D., was appointed as chief operating officer and elected to the board of directors of the company. In the COO position, Dr. Anton will lead the transition of Cellana's paradigm-shifting ALDUO algae cultivation technology platform into a commercial reality. He brings over 30 years of technology and product development experience to the company, including prior leadership roles at DuPont, Codexis and Joule. Before joining Cellana, he held C-level roles at Joule Unlimited, Inc., and Codexis Inc.
Cellana, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent with Galil Algae for the Commercialization of High-Value Algae Biomass for Aquaculture and Other High-Value Applications
Jun 23 14
Cellana, Inc. announced that it has entered into a letter of intent with Galil Algae Cooperative Agriculture Society Limited with the objective of partnering for the production of high-value algae products for aquaculture applications. Currently, Cellana produces industrial-scale quantities of ReNew(TM) Algae -- high-value algae biomass rich in Omega-3 nutritional oils, proteins, fuel-grade oils, cosmetic-grade oils, acids, and polysaccharides, as well as other valuable micronutrients -- at its Kona Demonstration Facility in Hawaii. At its facility in northern Israel, Galil Algae currently produces a variety of whole-algae products that are rich in Omega-3s for aquaculture applications. The main goal of the program contemplated by the letter of intent is to identify, cultivate, develop and scale up algae strains with immediate commercial value, emphasizing the high-value components for existing aquaculture, mariculture, nutraceuticals, pharmaceutical and/or cosmetic applications. The starting points for the commercial venture are to include the existing high-Omega-3 algae strains of Cellana and Galil Algae, as well as (i) potential new and improved strains identified through non-GMO strain optimization techniques such as selective breeding and/or (ii) additional naturally occurring strains identified through bioprospecting. In addition, the letter of intent contemplates Cellana and Galil Algae exploring the establishment of a new algae research and development center in northern Israel. This new R&D center, together with the R&D activities to be undertaken at Cellana's facility in Hawaii, would be a focal point for the development and testing of new or optimized strains of high-value algae biomass.
Cellana, Inc. Presents at Southern California Investor Conference, Aug-08-2013 10:00 AM
Jul 23 13
Cellana, Inc. Presents at Southern California Investor Conference, Aug-08-2013 10:00 AM. Venue: Island Hotel, Newport Beach, California, United States. Speakers: Martin Sabarsky, Chief Executive Officer and Director.
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