[Global] ExxonMobil scientists are working tirelessly on developing a low-carbon fuel to change the way we power everything from cars Continue reading Zoya Teirstein: What’s with Exxon’s big algae push?
[USA] The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration began a series of three Great Lakes algae webinars on Tuesday by asking university and private researchers to communicate more about what they’re doing. Continue reading NOAA’s webinars promote algae research communication
[UK] There is increasing interest in the exploitation of microalgae as a sustainable feedstock for a variety of products (such as diesel, omega-3 oils, pigments, enzymes) to replace those currently sourced from fossil oil and gas, crop plants and animals. Continue reading Algal Innovation Centre Cambridge
[USA] Tucked away in darkness and almost dead, algae can emerge from a frigid and foggy environment to live again—and perhaps even
Six student scientists were presented with the third annual Young Algae Researcher Awards for their contributions to fields of algae biology and engineering at the 2014 Algae Biomass Summit in San Diego. Continue reading ABO awards six student researchers
Reportedly, potential for algae to produce fats and oils is more than ten times that of such natural resources as palm. In recent years, many research cases are reported on production of fats and oils, containing C16 to 18 fatty acids as a main component, to acquire new Continue reading Japan: Algae Research at Kao
A study conducted by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has found that the direct, indirect, and induced economic impact of the algae biotechnology research and manufacturing industry in the area generates
$80 million in wages and more than $175 million… Continue reading Algae biotechnology: The ”Green Revolution 2.0”