[Global] Back in June, the oil and gas major Exxon Mobil (XOM) announced that its joint venture with Synthetic Genomics had Continue reading Exxon Mobil’s renewable energy moonshots
[Australia] A new study by Monash biologists has provided fresh insights into the long-standing questions of why animals are of the Continue reading New ‘artificial selection’ research findings signal threat for marine environments
[Global] An increasing body of research has indicated that microalgae biofuels have the potential to effectively transition Continue reading Can we maximize the economic benefits of microalgae biofuel production?
[USA] Cheap plastics abound, and they’re a mixed bag – pun intended. Continue reading Better together: Algae-bacteria community creates biodegradable plastic with sunlight
[Luxembourg, Belarus] The Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (NASB) Continue reading Belarus, Luxembourg’s UNERA to cooperate in biotechnologies
[USA] Colorado State University scientists are partners in a three-year grant of up to $3.5 million from the Department of Energy, Continue reading Advancing algae for better biofuels: CSU shares in $3.5 million project
[Canada] When it comes to getting 10-year-olds excited about science, one research group has found that the key is green slime. Continue reading Research group teaches Grade 5 students about clean energy – with algae!
[Denmark] Young Danish firm Aliga is seeking cooperation with the major fish feed players to use its microalgae-derived products in Continue reading Young Danish firm touts high volumes of microalgae to feed giants
[USA] “Multifunctional light-diffusing fibers for simultaneous light management and fluid transport in microalgae bioreactors” is a Continue reading Multifunctional light-diffusing fibers for simultaneous light management and fluid transport in microalgae bioreactors
[USA] Ostreococcus are tiny green algae that are the bases of many marine food webs. A decade after the complete Continue reading Tiny green algae reveal large genomic variation