Potential of disk-shaped coccolith structures to promote efficient bioenergy production

[Japan] Researchers at Hiroshima University and the University of Tsukuba showed that coccolith disks made of calcium carbonate in Emiliania huxleyi, one of the promising biomass resources, potentially perform roles in reducing and enhancing the light that enters the cell by light scattering. Continue reading Potential of disk-shaped coccolith structures to promote efficient bioenergy production

Philippines' government to put up P3.1-million seaweed nursery

[Philippines ] The Department of Agriculture (DA) said on Friday it is set to construct a P3.1-million nursery, production and marketing start-up subproject for the seaweed industry of Palawan under the World Bank-funded Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP). Continue reading Philippines' government to put up P3.1-million seaweed nursery