[USA] A collaboration between the Benning and Kramer labs is revealing how nature’s solar panels, found inside algae, constantly Continue reading Stress tested: how algae change their internal solar panels to stay alive
[USA] UF researchers discovered a faster way to obtain an environmentally friendly sunscreen ingredient to replace others Continue reading Your sunscreen may be harming marine life. UF researchers are trying to stop that.
[USA] University of Colorado Boulder researchers have discovered the first known molecular evidence of obligate symbiosis in lichens, Continue reading When it comes to genes, lichens embrace sharing economy
[UK] In recent years, biophotovoltaics (BPVs) have emerged as a sustainable and low-cost approach to harvesting solar energy. Continue reading Fuel cells five times more efficient than existing powered by algae
[USA] The CSP Annual Call is focused on large-scale sequence-based genomic science projects that address questions of relevance to DOE Continue reading USA DOE Joint Genome Institute call for algae genome sequencing
[EU] Algae are being used to develop new technology to clean up waste. Scientists at Swansea University are leading on a €5.5 Million Continue reading Using algae to promote agricultural sustainability and the circular economy
[Global] After years of research in more than six countries, ethno botanist Dr. Paul Cox has discovered a tiny organism found in algae Continue reading Could algae be destroying our brains?
[France] An innovative gene therapy, which has been invented by a French biopharma company, can cure a rare form of blindness. Continue reading Breakthrough in restoring vision: Genes from algae could cure blindness
[USA] Smart goggles and gene therapy are about to be tested as a cure for blindness. This is one of the first ever uses in people of Continue reading Blindness treatment will insert algae gene into people’s eyes
[USA] The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, one of the world’s largest independent plant science institutes, today announced a Continue reading NIH invests in collaborative research to understand mechanisms controlling cell division