Seward 6th Graders Celebrate National Park Week With Seaweed

What is red, green or brown, kind of slimy and often edible? Seaweed! This year’s National Park Week programs introduced all of Seward’s 6th grade students to their local seaweeds. They spent last week with Kenai Fjords National Park rangers to learn which seaweeds they can eat with sushi, which seaweeds release sulfuric acid to keep from being eaten by sea urchins, and which seaweeds are hard as rocks. Continue reading Seward 6th Graders Celebrate National Park Week With Seaweed

Thai seaweed producer Taokaenoi plans listing in SET

Taokaenoi Food and Marketing PCL, a Thailand-based producer and distributor of processed seaweed under the “Taokaenoi” brand, has submitted the first filing to the Office of Securities and Exchange Commission to raise funds from selling 80 million shares through an initial public offering (IPO). Continue reading Thai seaweed producer Taokaenoi plans listing in SET

University of Wageningen: Algae may become the next-generation biofuel

According to the declarations of the researchers, algae can cope with the task of processing carbon dioxide into biofuel, though the technology of the process still requires some modifications.

Very often the inhabitants of rivers and Continue reading University of Wageningen: Algae may become the next-generation biofuel