OriginOil, Inc. Report to Shareholders: As Oil Falls, Biofuels Take Off

OriginOil Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, announced today that in a letter to shareholders, CEO Riggs Eckelberry reported that biofuels prices are benefiting from increased gas Continue reading OriginOil, Inc. Report to Shareholders: As Oil Falls, Biofuels Take Off

State says manure spreading not cause of Lake Erie algae

A citizens environmental group is raising a stink over the large Hudson Dairy farm’s manure spraying on vacant croplands, worried nutrients may make their way into nearby streams and western Lake Erie, where a nutrient-fed toxic algae bloom shut down Toledo-area water supplies in Continue reading State says manure spreading not cause of Lake Erie algae

Two new diatom species found in Lonar lake

PUNE: Scientists have discovered two new species of diatoms – a kind of algae – at Lonar Lake in Buldhana district in Maharashra.

Though the environment of soda lakes is usually considered hostile for living beings, often many photosynthesizing organisms like algae, including Continue reading Two new diatom species found in Lonar lake

Foods Made With Algae

Algae, or seaweed, is a traditional, nutrient-rich ingredient commonly used in Asian cooking, particularly in Japan. Kombu (kelp), wakame, nori (laver) and hijiki are all important ingredients in Japanese cuisine.

In Great Britain, Iceland and North America, dulse was a traditional food, either chewed on its own or cooked in soups and vegetable dishes; the British also enjoyed laver. Algae is also an important Continue reading Foods Made With Algae