Algal bloom seminar scheduled Thursday

Kishbaugh is currently the bureau chief for the Lakes Monitoring and Assessment Section of the New York State Depart-ment of Environmental Conservation’s Bureau of Water Assessment Management. Topics of discussion at the event will include the condition of the nation’s lakes, along with more details about the lakes of New York state in general… Continue reading Algal bloom seminar scheduled Thursday

The EU authorises the use of Laminarin as biocide

With the publication of the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 354/2013 on 9 April, the European Commission approved the use of the active substance Laminarin as a biocide. It is a polysaccharide extracted from the seaweed Laminaria digitata whose manipulation meets the rules set by… Continue reading The EU authorises the use of Laminarin as biocide

Latest heart health studies look at oils, vitamins, algae, polyphenols

Rising rates of cardiovascular disease was once the heart of the matter when identifying what was going on with Western diets and the risk posed by modern lifestyles. The specter of dying younger than one ought from a heart…
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$20 million federal grant to fund Maine aquaculture research network

ORONO, Maine — After years of painstaking research, scientists and fishermen have made substantial progress in learning how to grow seaweed, oysters, mussels, salmon and other marine species along the coast of Maine… Continue reading $20 million federal grant to fund Maine aquaculture research network