Lanzatech, Indian researchers develop new way of producing omega-3 fatty acids

LanzaTech, the New Zealand-founded carbon recycling company, and a research team from India’s IOC-DBT Center for Advanced Bio-Energy Research have developed a way of using carbon dioxide emissions to produce omega-3 rich fatty acids.

Omega-3 oils have become a multi-billion-dollar business because of their nutritional benefits, sold in capsule form, although they are most commonly consumed through eating oily fish.

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