[Belgium, USA] TomAlgae, the feed firm specialising in the production of freeze-dried algae to be used as feed in shrimp and oyster hatcheries, Continue reading Algal feed firm eyes up US oyster opportunities
[Belgium] Nevele, Belgium-based Tomalgae is on the cusp of launching a new algae product for oyster growers in Asia. Continue reading Belgian algae producer on the verge of oyster industry debut in Asia, US
[Belgium] Spirulina might help protect against age-related liver inflammation by modifying pathways in the microbiome, say researchers.
[Cuba, Belgium] Scientists put algae biodiesel blends and plain diesel fuel to the test in real engines to compare their efficiency and Continue reading How do algae biofuels compare to diesel in real engines?
[Belgium, EU] You are kindly invited to attend The European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) workshop Impact of European Algae Continue reading Workshop: Impact of standardization in the algae sector
[Belgium, Global] As the global aquaculture industry works to reduce its use of fish meal and fish oil in aquaculture feeds, one company in Continue reading Sustainable microalgae feed company enters Fish-Free Feed (F3) challenge
[Congo, EU] Looking for food that could be harvested by astronauts far from Earth, researchers focused on spirulina, which has been Continue reading Space algae fights malnutrition in Congo
[Belgium, USA] A mysterious deep-ocean seaweed diverged from the rest of the green-plant family around 540 million years ago, Continue reading Strange seaweed rewrites the history of green plants
[Belgium] Algae fed on human urine then applied as a fertiliser yield sweeter, tastier tomatoes, according to Belgian researchers. Continue reading Urine-fed algae boost tomato quality, say researchers
[Belgium] Thinking way outside of the box and far into the future, Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has proposed half-a-mile-tall “oceanscrapers” made of garbage and algae. Continue reading Architect proposes ocean habitats made from garbage and algae