Information Morning - Cape Breton | Feb 6, 2013 | 5:58

Cell Burst Technology

Hear about a research project backed by Louisbourg Seafoods that's working to extract valuable nutrients from seaweed, blueberry skins, and even forestry products. Danny Hansen is project manager with Louisbourg Seafoods, he tells us about a partnership with a Halifax company and their cell burst technology process. (runs 5:58 February 06, 2013)

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