James Chang, founder and chief executive of Geb Impact Technology, displays food products made with ingredients from microalgae protein produced by the Hong Kong biotech start-up. Photo: Dickson Lee
James Chang, founder and chief executive of Geb Impact Technology, displays food products made with ingredients from microalgae protein produced by the Hong Kong biotech start-up. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong start-up Geb Impact looks to scale up microalgae cultivation as a sustainable source of protein

  • Geb Impact is conducting pilot production of microalgae with its proprietary technology, with plans to ramp up output to one metric tonne per month
  • The Hong Kong Innovation and Technology Fund has funded half of the start-up’s HK$2 million (US$257,000) project to scale up microalgae cultivation

James Chang, founder and chief executive of Geb Impact Technology, displays food products made with ingredients from microalgae protein produced by the Hong Kong biotech start-up. Photo: Dickson Lee
James Chang, founder and chief executive of Geb Impact Technology, displays food products made with ingredients from microalgae protein produced by the Hong Kong biotech start-up. Photo: Dickson Lee
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