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|About||Lyxia® is a biotechnology corporation founded in the State of Delaware at 2012, providing a pioneer technology platform to harness the prolific biofuel yield from microalgae.|
Based in Southern California, Lyxia develops a novel three-stage cultivation platform from UCLA laboratories. Partnering with worldwide research institute, we have successfully demonstrated multi-fold microalgae growth and significant cost reduction from 15ml vials to 400m2 raceway ponds. Lyxia is now seeking a variety of partnership and collaboration within the nation, especially with good branding end product manufacturer, which could provide appropriate integrated packaging system.
We have our pilot scale and technology partners in city of Jiaxing, close to Shanghai (30 mins by train, 45 mins by car), having 2 acres demonstration facility, focusing on commercializing technology from academic research and rapidly screening for the right candidate.
Our 400-acres commercial scale facility located in city of Baise, Guangxi, belonging to southern region of China.
Lyxia® homes in the desired breakthrough for the current bottleneck of large scale fuel and protein production, and further turns these renewable resource into commercial oil.
Initiated by DOE’s clean energy acceleration program, Lyxia® is interacting with UCLA Office of Intellectual Property and UCSD William J. von liebig center, harnessing the public-private partnership model to expand our technology in this field.
North America Chinese Startup Contest
FloW Competition Regional Final
UCLA ITA Venture Competition Final
|Founded||Wei Yu, Dan Zhang, Matthew Han|
|Products||Our competitive advantage is based on the unique technologies that could raise up the algae growth and biofuel productivity by ten-hundreds of times according to different culture condition. These technologies have been well defined in UCLA laboratories and tested on relevant microalgae species for reliability and repeatability. We believe that these technologies will contribute to a considerable advancement in algae biofuel mass production, while currently the bottleneck for mass production is the biofuel productivity and relatively high capital cost.|