[Australia] An algae superfood could be the shot in the arm for an industry that has yet to gain a solid foothold in the Pilbara.
The algae industry has had a mixed history and its most recent prospects Continue reading Algae superfood to diversify Pilbara economy
[USA] America loves bacon. But what if there was a way to get that salty, smoky goodness without all the fat, calories and heart-clogging cholesterol?
Researchers at Oregon State University say you can with a type of seaweed Continue reading We tried seaweed bacon and- surprisingly- you should too
[USA] Nitrogen and phosphate nutrients are among the biggest costs in cultivating algae for biofuels. Sandia molecular biologists Todd Lane and Ryan Davis have shown they can recycle about two-thirds of those critical nutrients, and aim to raise the recycling Continue reading Algae nutrient recycling is a triple win
[USA] Israeli state-of-the-art modular cover system decreases evaporation of reservoirs and saves precious water while preserving quality.
The hypnotic video footage of millions of Continue reading Could NeoTop’s water spheres save California?
[UK] The Scottish seaweed industry seems set to boom as the country’s government prepares an expansion policy and company Mara Seaweed seeks over €700,000 to take its condiments global. Continue reading Could Scottish seaweed be the next Scotch whisky?
[Global] Detoxification of heavy metals depends on specific proteins and enzymes that bind the metals and transport them out of your cells into the bloodstream. All chelating agents, whether synthetic or natural, form chemical bonds with metal ions, rendering them much less chemically reactive. The resulting complex is Continue reading Ease heavy-metal toxicity naturally