[UK] A cyclist who studies manhole covers and a snorkler who swims with sharks helped to make a lively night livelier as Newcastle University’s Master of Fine Art exhibition opened to the public. Continue reading Art made from seaweed and a dancing wardrobe feature in the postgraduate exhibition at Newcastle University
[USA] As the scourge of ponds and swimming holes everywhere, algae frequently get a bad rep. These little green pests, however, play a very vital role in our ecosystem—and potentially the future of renewable energy. Photosynthetic algae are able to “eat” Continue reading Could a Common Plant Be the Future of Renewable Energy?
AUSTIN, Texas — From bacterial paintings to clothing that grows, the boundaries between art and science are getting ever more blurry.
More and more artists are harnessing living creatures to make political statements or illuminate the Continue reading New Art Uses Tiny Life Forms
Algae. To some, that word might conjure unpleasant images of an algal bloom in a lake or an infestation inside their swimming pool. But to biologists and environmental scientists from FIU’s School of Environment, Arts and Society, diatoms – a major group of Continue reading Exploring Florida’s algae at the Frost Art Museum
[Global] Algae is blessed with qualities such as bioluminescence—the ability to glow in the dark—and photosynthesis, which is a Continue reading The top 10 most innovative algae-powered designs
[USA] Dr. Larry Liddle initially didn’t intend for it to be art; it was science, another method for him to learn more about and document Continue reading The art of seaweed
Making sushi is often thought of as an art form but for Takayo Kiyota it actually is.
[USA] The secret to finding unsuspected beauty, artists and naturalists will tell you, is in knowing how to slow down and really