Morbid-minded children who wish to befriend a slime monster need do no more than go to the Jersey Shore and start paddling. Swirling out in the cold, briny water is an immense, gooey presence, hundreds of miles long and delightfully colored of pureed gummy worms. Continue reading The Jersey Shore Sees the Return of the Blob
Thousands of samples at the UK’s ‘algae bank’ will need to be re-labelled as a ground-breaking new screening tool has revealed greater diversity than was previously known within the collection.
Analysing the protein ‘fingerprint’ of 32 Continue reading Novel biotyping tool reveals hidden diversity within the UK's algae bank
The National Algae Association is dedicated to the algae production industry and interested in providing a platform for commercially-minded algae researchers, algae producers, equipment companies, wastewater treatment operators, coal-fired Continue reading NAA Call for Presentations: Algae Technologies Proven Outside the Lab
James Cook University’s innovative algae researchers have proven it is easy being green, winning one of Australia’s top environment awards.
The Centre for Macroalgal Resources & Biotechnology (MACRO) at JCU, Townsville has won this year’s United Continue reading JCU algae researchers win top environment award
This breathtaking, pink lake may look like a Martian landscape but its distinctive waters make it one of the unique wonders of the Crimean Peninsula.
The opulent hues of the Koyashskoye Continue reading Mesmerising hues of Martian-like salt water lake in Ukraine captured in series of stunning photographs