[Japan] Out at sea, a scientist holds a plankton sample up to the light and observes the shimmering contents. This sparkling spectacle is Continue reading Symbiotic plankton: providers or parasites?
[China, France] French studio XTU Architects has developed a concept for four twisting glass towers in Hangzhou, China, featuring Continue reading XTU Architects proposes algae-covered towers for Hangzhou
[Global] Cows and sheep are some of my very favorite animals. They are cute, docile, and conjure up childhood memories of delight seeing Continue reading Kerry Bazany: Feeding livestock seaweed?
[USA] A $50,000 grant from Duke Energy will fund a project at Indiana University to construct a structure of clear plastic tubes
[Global] How reasonable is the capture of carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere as a strategy for combating rising Continue reading The outlook for carbon capture directly from the air
[Italy] Italian oil and gas company Eni is running the first carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) project aimed at capturing carbon Continue reading Italian company Eni uses algae to capture carbon dioxide
[Global] But “if you’re really concerned about coral reefs, biodiversity [and] food production in very poor regions, we’re going Continue reading Removing carbon from atmosphere can be simple and low tech
[USA] A research team from Michigan State University (MSU) has found a way to use algae-based technologies to capture emissions Continue reading MSU research to use algae to capture emissions from power plants
[UK] Design engineer and biotechnologist Julian Melchiorri—who first gained attention by creating the first synthetic biological leaf— Continue reading “Living” chandelier made with algae-filled leaves naturally purifies the air
[USA] Exxon Mobil has been deemed a climate change villain for years, with good reason, but now seems to be putting its engineering Continue reading Rick Knight: Algae fuels merit attention