[USA] Plastic straws are increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Big companies continue to announce plans to eliminate plastic straws in Continue reading You can eat these compostable, eco-friendly straws
[Global] The Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite takes us over the North Sea, revealing a significant algae bloom covering most of the southern part. Continue reading Watch Earth from space: North sea algae bloom
[USA] Seaweed is an ingredient in everything from fertilizers to food products and the demand for it has never been higher. Scientists say Continue reading Is seaweed America’s next cash crop?
[Germany] SOLAGA is a young German biotechnology startup, working on extraordinary biological structures; microalgal biofilms. Continue reading Solaga’s living facades, crowdfunding on Startnext
[UK] The coastline of Kent stretches for 369 miles. There is more chalk coastline in the county than anywhere else in the country. Continue reading From cosmetics to ice cream – exploring Kent’s seaweed coastline
[USA] There’s a third type of algae lurking in local waters. The good news is that it’s not toxic. The bad news is that it can impact marine Continue reading Third species of algae, fueled by decomposing fish, is found blooming in Southwest Florida waters
[Denmark] The island village of Läsö off the Danish mainland has preserved houses built hundreds of years ago, when owners would Continue reading Traditional Danish houses thatched with tons of seaweed
[USA] Between October and April of every year, a “red tide” emerges along the southwest Florida coast. Red tides have occurred as far Continue reading Why is Florida experiencing its most toxic algae bloom in a decade?
[Global] Microalgae are the future since they can be used for renewable energy, food, fertilizer, and food stock. This study is Continue reading The invisible story of microalgae
[USA] A blanket of toxic red seaweed, dubbed ‘Red Tide’, has washed ashore on Florida’s southwest coast and brought with it lots of dead Continue reading Deadly red tide phenomena kills wave of animals in Florida – DANGER to humans warning