[USA] The MARBIONC’s Algal Resources Collection (ARC) has an immediate opening for a Research Specialist position. The ARC Continue reading UNCW Algal Resources Collection is hiring
[New Zealand] Microalgae are one of the world’s tiniest life forms, but they can pack a powerful punch. They’re not known as ‘killer algae’ for nothing. Continue reading Microalgae – under the microscope
[Global, USA] The National Center for Marine Algae and Microbiota (NCMA) is now designated as an international depository authority (IDA) by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Continue reading NCMA designated as International Patent Depository
[Global] Looking for an algae culture? Recently, the Experimental Phycology and Culture Collection of Algae at the University of Continue reading Where can I get an algae culture? Here are the top 20 algae culture collection centers around the world
The Microbiology Department of Bharathidasan University will set up a National Repository of Freshwater Microalgae and Cyanobactera with financial assistance from the Department of Biotechnology of the Union Ministry of Science and Technology. Continue reading Bharathidasan University to set up national repository of microalgae
Thousands of samples at the UK’s ‘algae bank’ will need to be re-labelled as a ground-breaking new screening tool has revealed greater diversity than was previously known within the collection.
Analysing the protein ‘fingerprint’ of 32 Continue reading Novel biotyping tool reveals hidden diversity within the UK's algae bank
Tasmanian researchers believe they are one step closer to creating all the benefits of a fish-derived dietary supplement, without the fish.
Dr Susan Blackburn is involved in the National Algae Culture Collection and Continue reading Scientists brew omega-3 supplement without fish
[USA] University of Texas plant physiologist Jerry Brand has spent the past decade lovingly tending the world’s largest collection of pond scum. Continue reading Pond scum gets its moment in the limelight