[Tanzania] Zanzibar, one of the world’s largest producers of seaweed, is unable to increase production of the sushi covering Continue reading Mystery disease in warming ocean halts Zanzibar seaweed plan
[Global] The Antarctic sea ice has been a subject of constant worldwide scrutiny, thanks to the altering effects of climate change. Continue reading Microalgae chemical to aid scientists in examining past changes to Antarctic sea ice!
[India] Energy plays an important role in the development of a country and this linkage is well established. Continue reading Tangential target: India’s biofuel policy
[USA] Exxon Mobil Corp.’s investment in algae biofuels may turn out to be good for business, and public relations. Continue reading Exxon’s algae investments may be good for business, and public relations
[Costa Rica] Experts from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) are proposing edible seaweed as a food option in the face of water and land shortages and climate change. Continue reading Could seaweed be Costa Rica’s food of the future?
[EU] University College Cork (UCC) is leading an EU project that is looking at smarter and more sustainable ways of using the sea by sharing space. Continue reading UCC leads EU project on symbiotic sea businesses
[USA] Through a new research project, a University of Toledo scientist believes he can show that reverse osmosis — a technology Continue reading Reverse osmosis seen as solution for toxin
[Canada] Visitors to Howe Sound have been seeing green recently, and it’s not due to envy. Continue reading Massive algae bloom puts Howe Sound in the green
[Spain] Researchers at the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) have discovered a new toxic microalgae species, a dinoflagellate of the genus Gambierdiscus. Continue reading New toxic microalgae species causing ciguatera discovered
[USA] Coral reefs make sounds, and researchers believe these noises play an important role in attracting resident algae — Continue reading Marine scientists listen to the sounds coral reefs