BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, OCTOBER 15TH 2014 (CUOPM) – Seaweed has inundated the shoreline of Basseterre, following a similar situation in the Keys and other areas recently.
Senior Maritime Officer in the Marine Continue reading Seaweed buildup on Basseterre, Frigate Bay shorelines
Essential elements extracted from marine algae have been proven to improve animal production efficiently through better hygiene, health and nutrient utilisation. This subject was addressed at the Breizh Algae Tour 2014 in France. Held by Olmix, Continue reading Marine algae boost efficiency and safety in animal production
[UK] A study involving seaweed washed up at Dunbar has been delayed – due to a lack of seaweed! Continue reading Seaweed shortage sets back Dunbar biofuel plans
The lower Fryingpan River ecosystem is relatively healthy even though an algae with the notorious nickname “rock snot” has taken hold, according to preliminary results of a study commissioned by the Roaring Fork Conservancy.
Muck from the stream bottom was Continue reading Study shows Fryingpan River healthy despite ‘rock snot’
Matt Carr, joined the Algae Biomass Organization this past June as the executive director coming from the BIO (Biotechnology Industry Organization) where he was introduced to algae and the algae story and he thought this is where the country should be going in terms of sustainable fuels. Carr joined Joe Jobe, NBB and Michael McAdams, Advanced Biofuels Association on a Continue reading Algal Industry Questions Focus on Biofuels, America
With their new CO₂ processing-platform called AstaCos, AlgaeBiotech can produce waxy particles of only 50-100 µm in size with a loading of 25% astaxanthin oleoresin. The micronized powder is made from 100% natural substances and protects astaxanthin from oxidation. With this new capability, Continue reading AlgaeBiotech S.L. puts astaxanthin into personal care