[Canada] The team at Solar Biocells takes the term “green energy” quite literally. Continue reading UCalgary researchers showcase clean energy solutions at Alumni Weekend Sept. 23
[UK] Utility Severn Trent is beginning to roll out new technologies to remove phosphorus from the sewage treatment process to meet Continue reading Severn Trent trials algal bioreactor for phosphorus removal
[USA] With roughly 80 percent of California’s already-scarce water supply going to agriculture, it’s crucial for the state to embrace new technologies that shrink the amount of water Continue reading Solar-powered Ring Garden marries desalination and agriculture for drought-stricken California
[Australia] A multi-disciplinary team bringing together science, sustainable building design and architecture may soon develop the first living algae buildings in Australia. Continue reading The feasibility of algae building technology in Sydney
[USA] A bioeractor designed to simulate climate precise climates is helping a team of scientists find ideal locations for farms to produce algae for fuel. Continue reading NREL bioreactor uncovers how to get maximum fuel from algae
[Germany] Alginate forms a kind of supporting skeleton in the cell walls of certain kinds of algae. Fraunhofer scientists use the gel-like mass from Continue reading Growing stem cells faster on seaweed
[USA] Innovations in industrial and architectural design might soon bring photosynthesis into your home in a completely new way – by building algae into your décor. Continue reading Bringing Décor to Life with Photosynthetic Furniture
[UK, EU] A partnership project, showing how Tata Steel and Swansea University are developing technology to manage carbon dioxide Continue reading Tata Steel and Swansea University carbon dioxide project shown at Hay Festival
JEFFERSON COUNTY — Joel Bertelsen might never get to teach another high school engineering class like this year’s group at Chatfield High School.
Thanks to a National Design Challenge Continue reading Chatfield High engineering students work on space station experiment
According to the declarations of the researchers, algae can cope with the task of processing carbon dioxide into biofuel, though the technology of the process still requires some modifications.
Very often the inhabitants of rivers and Continue reading University of Wageningen: Algae may become the next-generation biofuel