A project started for a seventh-grade science fair might someday serve as biofuel to power everything from homes to cars.
Madeleine Gagne didn’t retire her science fair project on using algae to Continue reading Gagne’s algae biofuel project is receiving acclaim
China has landed its first ever passenger flight using sustainable biofuels, hailed as a key environmental milestone for the country’s commercial aviation industry. Continue reading China lands first biofuel-powered passenger flight
SINGAPORE — With the drier weather conditions of late, national water agency PUB has for the first time installed silt curtains at the waters off Tuaspring and Singspring desalination plants, to protect the plants’ reverse osmosis membranes from higher levels of algae in the water. The Maritime and Port Authority of Continue reading PUB moves to protect desalination plants from algae in seawater
Dom Bridges has always had a beard. Indeed, it cost him his first job. Straight after art school nearly 20 years ago he was about to sign a contract to work at a prestigious graphic design company when he noticed the clause demanding he shave it all off. As it turned out, they Continue reading Meet the man who turns seaweed into soap