State Sen. Randy Gardner, R-Bowling Green, unveiled a new bill Monday to protect Lake Erie from harmful algal blooms, adding several new proposals to a measure last year that passed the House but didn’t make it through the Senate. Continue reading Gardner introduces new algal bloom bill
The Chairman of the Clew Bay Seaweed Association (CBSA) has called on Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly to confirm that ‘extensive and exclusive licences will not be granted to any party for the harvesting of seaweed in Ireland’.
Speaking to The Mayo News last week, Continue reading Seaweed harvesters present alternative to privatisation
Newswise — Cyanobacteria, bacteria that obtain their energy through photosynthesis, are of considerable interest as bio-factories, organisms that could be harnessed to generate a range of industrially useful products. Continue reading Cyanobacterium Found in Algae Collection Holds Promise for Biotech Applications
The recent fall in oil prices has everybody talking about the prospects for advanced biofuels. Will commercialization be delayed? Will research and development continue? Can the industry survive $60 per barrel crude? Continue reading Matt Carr: Low Oil Price Won’t Put Brakes on Biomass Future