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St Michael’s Humanities College trip to Southampton University

May 21, 2009

Leading algae research centre in the UK hosts an educational visit from students involved in the C-Green hydroponics cultivation experiment at St Michaels School in Garston.

In April, Greg took two Science and Geography students from St Michael’s Humanities College to meet Prof Achterberg, Dr Gledhill and PhD student, David Honey at the National Oceanography Centre at Southampton University.

FREdome is also arranging to meet his colleague Dr Charles Banks a large-scale algae / biodigestion specialist, next .

Greg says – “We are excited about the interest shown by this leading research establishment. We hope that joining scientists in a dialogue will take us one step closer to our quest for scientific verification of the C-Green process”

The FREdome Visionary Trust works in partnership with young people to help them have the brightest possible future, individually and collectively. To hear from the young people themselves, please visit www.townsend.herts.sch.uk  click [BBC News School Report] and watch the second video, “World Problems solved by Toby.”

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