DENMARK – BioMar’s Executive Vice President of Sourcing, Niels Alsted, focused on the quest for finding alternative sources of EPA and DHA in his introduction during the round table discussion at the Aquaculture Europe 2014 Conference in San Sebastian, Spain. Continue reading BioMar Exploring Alternative Sources of EPA, DHA for Aquaculture Feeds
Science – like life – doesn’t always go according to plan. An Arctic expedition this year met with political and meteorological obstacles, and ended with a Coast Guard rescue.
In 2011 scientists aboard the Coast Continue reading Arctic Spring: Chasing an Elusive Algal Bloom
An invasive seaweed clogging up British coasts could be a blessing in disguise. University of Greenwich scientists have won a cash award to turn it into valuable compounds which can lead to new, life-saving drugs.
Dr John Milledge and Dr Birthe Nielsen, from the university’s Faculty of Engineering & Science, have been Continue reading Seaweed menace may yield new medicines
Blue green algae taking over lakes and streams across the country is the topic of conversation at a regional summit Wednesday in Hamilton County attended by leading scientists and technologists.
The summit is invite-only, but you’re invited to the happy hour afterward. Continue reading Care about toxic algal blooms? Discuss over beer