Algae Industry: Reflecting on the Future

I was fortunate enough to close out this past summer with a Labor Day weekend vacation, where I found myself in front of a campfire making s’mores. A time-honored summer tradition, and a simple pleasure indeed.

As my mind wandered, it landed on the fact that I was burning biomass to roast my marshmallow. I also reflected that this three-day weekend was dedicated to the millions of men and women who Continue reading Algae Industry: Reflecting on the Future

Modified algae enzymes enable efficient hydrogen production

(Phys.org) —Hydrogen as a regenerative fuel produced in gigantic water tanks full of algae, which need nothing more than sunlight to produce the promising green energy carrier: a great idea in theory, but one that fails due to the vast amount of space required for the production process. Continue reading Modified algae enzymes enable efficient hydrogen production