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Takeaway: Harvest in sea water

Can we grow food from sea water and CO2?

Researchers are studying these microscopic plants that live in salty water

Marine microalgae contain proteins, oils, antioxidants and other valuable components

They can multiply with impressive speed

Many hope that microalgae cultivation can become a good alternative to agriculture

They can be used in many products from food to cosmetics and bioplastics

The challenge is to make the production chain simpler and cheaper

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