Algae biotechnology: The ”Green Revolution 2.0”

A study conducted by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has found that the direct, indirect, and induced economic impact of the algae biotechnology research and manufacturing industry in the area generates
$80 million in wages and more than $175 million… Continue reading Algae biotechnology: The ”Green Revolution 2.0”

QIBEBT Unveils Genome-wide Transcriptional Regulation Network of Oleaginous Microalgae Nannochloropsis

Microalgae are promising feedstock for fuels and chemicals because many species possess the ability to grow rapidly and synthesize large amounts of storage neutral lipids from sunlight and carbon dioxide. They can be cultivated on non-arable land with nonpotable… Continue reading QIBEBT Unveils Genome-wide Transcriptional Regulation Network of Oleaginous Microalgae Nannochloropsis

Blue-green algae — deadly for dogs — blooms in Minnesota lakes

Minutes after the 5-year-old yellow Lab got to the shoreline of Prairie Lake, he vomited.

Then he fell over and couldn’t get up, said the dog’s owner, Kirsten Tatge of Clear Lake, Minn. Shortly after being taken to the veterinarian, Copper the Lab died… Continue reading Blue-green algae — deadly for dogs — blooms in Minnesota lakes