The ALGADISK project aims to develop a biofilm reactor for algae biomass production which could compete with current algae cultivation technologies (e.g. open-pond and tubular photo-bioreactors). Biofilm formation is a widely observed characteristic of Continue reading Cultivation of microalgae via an innovative technology
OTTAWA — Working to spread educational material about runoff from agriculture, Jeffrey Reutter says there’s a lot of work to do.
Reutter is director of the Ohio Sea Grant College Program, Stone Laboratory, Continue reading Farmers talk algal blooms
Tourists walk on a beach covered by algae in Beihai city, Southwest China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, Feb. 26, 2015.
The algae has been invading Beihai’s Continue reading Beach at Beihai’s coastal area invaded by annoying algae
Small traces of a deadly bacteria have been found in a Picton dam, but it has not made it into the town’s drinking water.
Cawthron Institute found low-level cyanotoxic bacteria, caused by an algae bloom, in the Essons Valley Dam – a Continue reading Deadly algae bloom bacteria detected in dam