[USA] As if you needed another reason not to play with stinky piles of algae. Decaying algae can promote the growth of bacteria that Continue reading Stay away from decay: Algae contains harmful bacteria, study says
[Global] Photobioreactors with higher productivity are combined with more affordable pricing. In the last five years Continue reading Why is a photobioreactor made from high end glass even better today than it was five years ago
[South Korea] Seaweed has been hailed as the next superfood by the Western media as of late, drumming up a great amount of interest Continue reading Seaweed cookies and bread: Coming soon to a bakery near you
[UK] A new micro-encapsulated seaweed ingredient will ‘open up a whole new avenue’ for Seaweed & Co as it targets smoothies and the sports nutrition market.
[Japan] Microalgae have received much attention in biomass production due to many strains having a high biomass productivity Continue reading Algal residue: An alternative carbon resource for pharmaceuticals and polyesters
[UK] James and Deirdre Cunningham are the driving force behind Dulse restaurant in Barna, Co Galway. They are also the cofounders Continue reading Connemara seaweed ingredients firm eyes global markets
[Mexico] Sculptures off coast of Cancún are meant to protect coral reefs from intensive diving, but some conservationists say they’re Continue reading Is Mexico’s underwater museum diverting attention from bigger environmental issues?
[USA] The ways in which both Spirulina and Chlorella can be eaten are also very different. Because of its hard, indigestible cellulose Continue reading Raw living Spirulina balls
[Canada] Nova Scotia-based SabrTech — which spent years designing an easy-to-transport algae-growing system called Continue reading SabrTech to launch portable algae-growing system soon
[Australia] As a dyed-in-the-wool Melburnian, it hurts me a little to say this, but sometimes our café culture can be just a teensy bit Continue reading Blue algae lattes are coming to sydney next week