Born in the USA - growing finfish & shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico - offshore FlorAbama - to be USDA insured & investor backed by BP lawsuit.
Mission to Mars - biotechnology R&D company for producing food, Co2 to pure oxygen & valuable biochemicals for earth & space utilization.
GMIT -- Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Inventor ------------- AlgaStar Inc--Founder, CEO, Inventor---------- Since 1995, Mr Ericsson has served as managing director of Gulf Marine Institute of Technology, a publicly and federally supported nonprofit marine research institute [501(c)3], which has received numerous equipment and research grants for aquaculture research & development. From 1979 to 1989, Mr. Ericsson was an independent consultant advising in the fields of energy, cogeneration and marine aquaculture to various companies and institutions in the United States. Over the years, he has raised well over $ 22.0 million bringing numerous projects to fruition through investors, donations, and federal funding. These include hydrocarbon exploration and development, electric generation plants, offshore sea farming, and advance marine biological research and development.Mr. Ericsson, is the inventor of the SolarMagnatron™ "patent-approved" technology. He has considerable expertise in a wide range of industry ranging from oil and gas operation, energy generation, fish farming and advanced biosystems technology R&D. He founded AlgaStar Inc. in 2012 as the licensed commercial developer of his USA patent-approved "SolarMagnatron" technology. Mr. Ericsson received a B.S. degree in Business Management and Marketing from the University of Tulsa in 1974. He is listed in Who’s Who of American Inventors 1996-1998, holding United States patents for the Sea Trek Ocean Farming System and the Sea Star Oyster Relay System. He has been a member of the World Aquaculture Society and the Aquacultural Engineering Society and has been honored by the Massachusetts House of Representatives for “his outstanding contributions to the fishing industry.” Mr. Ericsson was featured in the October 23, 1995, issue of Forbes Magazine in the Science and Technology section featuring his space-ship-looking patented “Sea Trek” offshore ocean farming system. (See Forbes article in press section)
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