Portugal Press reports that, in a bid to make truly healthy and tasty bread, a group of Portuguese researchers have come up with a recipe that calls for no salt, using algae instead as a taste enhancer. Continue reading Researchers create “healthy algae bread”
[USA] Like a jock beefing up for a big game, some corals could do far better at withstanding the heavy blows of climate change when Continue reading ‘Fattened up’ coral could be better at fighting climate change, study finds
[EU, UK] One of the outputs from the EnAlgae project has been a partnership between the Swansea University project and Tata Steel Continue reading EnAlgae, Tata, and Swansea’s partnership to fix carbon dioxide
The biotech company Joule Unlimited has just announced that its unique brand of recycled CO2 ethanol has successfully passed a round of third party testing, bringing it another step closer to commercializing the product in Europe and the U.S. Somewhat Continue reading Buh-Bye, Corn Ethanol: Joule Makes The Same Thing From Recycled CO2
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations estimates that “a third of all the food produced in the world is never consumed,” totaling about 1.3 billion tons of waste a year. The U.S. alone wastes 40 percent of all food, worth an estimated $165 billion.
This waste decays in landfills and, without oxygen present, emits methane, which is a Continue reading UC employs synergistic approach to AD, algae and biodiesel