[Netherlands] Founded 50 years ago as a nuclear research institute, scientists at the centre believed nuclear would be the “solution for Continue reading Dutch centre that produces energy from seaweed collaborating with the UAE
[USA] Milton Sommerfeld can see the future in puddles.
One of the nation’s top experts on algae, Sommerfeld has spent almost 50 years cracking dozens of uses for the plant. Continue reading Prof Milton Sommerfeld exploring the possibilities of algae as super food, fuel, fertilizer and more
[Canada] A research project underway at the University of Calgary aims to clean up oilsands tailing ponds by using native algae already found in them to do the job. Continue reading New research shows native Alberta algae can help detoxify tailings ponds
[UK] The 5th UK Algae Conference will gather algae sector professionals from academia and industry alike. It is also an opportunity to network with your peers as well as leading academic scientists, policy makers and business managers who have influence in the algae sector. Continue reading The 5th UK Algae Conference
DENVER, March 25, 2015 — Water-borne algal blooms from farm fertilizer runoff can destroy aquatic life and clog rivers and lakes, but scientists will report today that they are working on a way to clean up these environmental scourges and turn them into useful products. The algae could serve as a feedstock for biofuels, and the feedstock leftovers could be recycled Continue reading Algae from clogged waterways could serve as biofuels and fertilizer
[Saudi Arabia] The King Abdulaziz City for Science & Technology (KACST) is funding an innovative project called Saudi Arabia Continue reading Algae Biorefinery Project in Saudi Arabia
[Russia] The poor environmental practices of the former Soviet Union and other eastern European states over many decades is well documented. Continue reading Using the material choking Russian lakes for sustainable water technologies