BUGUEY, Cagayan, June 27 (PIA) – Expect the guraman (Glacilaria) of this coastal municipality to be laced with soybean, the Bureau of Fisheries an Aquatic Resources region 2 said… Continue reading Women’s group value adds seaweeds
PUERTO PRINCESA, Palawan, June 27 (PIA) — The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) – Mimaropa is helping in the rehabilitation of the seaweeds farms destroyed by bad weather and typhoon Yolanda last year… Continue reading Seaweeds farms in Palawan undergo rehabilitation
MYSORE: The Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) has created seaweed toffees, energy bars, and ready-to-eat meals for the Indian Navy.
The products are said to be a result of path-breaking research in a hitherto unexplored field. The foods have reached the demonstration and induction stage, scientists told Express during a lab visit… Continue reading Lab Creates Seaweed Meals to Help Indian Navy
Algae could be a valuable replacement to salt in bread but price and negative perception issues must be overcome,
according to Pinar Hosafci, Euromonitor International food analyst.
Figures show that bread accounted… Continue reading Analyst: Algae offers excellent opportunities for salt replacement in bread
PUNE: The discovery of a new species of macroalgae along the coast at south Goa could open up vast reserves of biofuel besides providing raw material for anti-cancer drugs.
A variety of macro algae was last discovered some 45 years back in… Continue reading New algae species could provide valuable biofuel
Britain’s underwater kelp forests, which provide a crucial habitat for thousands of Britain’s sea inhabitants, are being wiped out by human activities, marine biologists claim.
According to a study looking into the state of Britain’s kelp and seaweed species,… Continue reading Britain’s giant kelp forests could be destroyed within the next 100 years
MANILA, Philippines – Eating healthy includes making sure that the food you eat does not contain harmful ingredients.
If constrained by poverty, families are left with no choice but to make do with… Continue reading Better lives and nutrition through seaweeds
Brown tide — an overgrowth of algae that clouds the water and harms shellfish — is back in Long Island’s waters for the eighth year in a row, according to Stony Brook University researchers, who also discovered a swath of unidentified seaweed in the Great South Bay… Continue reading Brown tide returns to LI waters
KOCHI: It’s no secret that seaweeds offer an array of therapeutic possibilities, taken internally or applied externally. Now these magic weeds have again proved their worth by effectively fighting arthritis… Continue reading Seaweed Extract in Pill Form to Provide Relief to Arthritis Patients
Local residents sometimes knock on the front door of Solarvest (P.E.I.) Inc.’s new Summerville facility, wondering what is happening inside.
Acquired in 2013, the 30,000-square-foot building houses production and R&D… Continue reading Alternative energy from ancient sources