[Global] The bacteria that 3.5 billion years ago were largely responsible for the creation of a breathable atmosphere on Earth Continue reading Pushing the limit: could cyanobacteria terraform Mars?
[USA] Eric Poliner and a team of MSU scientists in the Farre and Benninglabs have released a new genetic engineering Continue reading A new DNA editing toolkit for the alga Nannochloropsis
[USA] Jonathan Trent of the OMEGA Global Initiative explains how his efforts to study the possibility of living on Mars paved the way for Continue reading This project is attempting to repurpose algae
[USA] Gut bacteria thrive on the food we eat. In turn, they provide essential nutrients that keep us healthy, repel pathogens and even Continue reading Scientists use dietary seaweed to manipulate gut bacteria in mice
[Canada] Certain sea slugs suck raw materials from algae to provide a lifetime supply of solar-powered energy, according to new Continue reading If sea slugs take ‘eternal energy’ from algae, can we?
[Germany] Scientists in Germany searching for a sustainable raw material for making benzene have found that they can convert Continue reading Algae lipid transformed into benzene
[Denmark] Proper lighting at night is important for safety in cities and along highways, but all of those lamps require a lot of electricity Continue reading Algae could light up our cities at night
[USA] Researchers at Oregon State University and in China have used the fossilized remains of algae to take a key step toward being Continue reading Algae fossils could help improve food safety testing
[Russia] Chara algae are ancient plant organisms that are commonly found in freshwater reservoirs and occur, though more rarely, Continue reading Cytoplasmic streaming is involved in the transmission of signals within giant cells in Chara algae
[Australia] An Australian river turtle with a distinctive green punk-rock hairstyle, two spikes under its chin and the ability to breathe Continue reading Genitals-breathing turtle with green algae ‘hair’ faces possible extinction, group says