[France] It might look slightly alluring or even beautiful – but this algae is in fact deadly.
And that’s probably why it name, thanatos, translates roughly from Greek to English to mean ‘to die’ or ‘be dying’. Continue reading Diver captures 'killer algae' caused by climate change that's suffocating flora on seabed
[UK] A GALWAY-based seaweed business has raised €1.4m from a variety of private investors on the cusp of a deal that should increase production fivefold. About half of the money was provided by an investor from the US, Continue reading Galway seaweed company raises €1.4m in funding
[USA] Every summer, the population of algae in the North Atlantic reaches a peak, with the blue-green color of the phytoplankton causing the ocean to visibly change, even from space.
NASA’s aptly-named Aqua satellite Continue reading NASA Captures North Sea Algae In Full Bloom
[UK] Looks like it’s plastic for lunch. For the first time, plankton have been caught on camera munching on tiny pieces of plastic. Continue reading Plankton snacking on plastic caught on camera for the first time
[UK] Welsh seaweed could soon be on sale in Japan after farmers in Swansea found it is the same type used in the Far East to wrap sushi。
Sushi restaurants in Japan have a new source for seaweed – the coast of Continue reading Seaweed from Welsh coast could become 'big in Japan'