[China] A salt lake in Yuncheng, often called China’s “Dead Sea,” has tourists flocking to it for an unusual reason. Its waters are appearing Continue reading China’s ‘dead sea’ transforms into a rainbow—Here’s why
[Australia] Lake Hillier is on the largest island in Western Australia’s Recherche Archipelagohas and since it was discovered in 1802 Continue reading Australia’s massive Lake Hillier mysteriously glowing PINK due to algae
[China] A salt lake in the city of Yuncheng, north China’s Shanxi Province, has proven that Mother Nature is an unmatched colorist. Continue reading Footage: Algae color ‘China’s Dead Sea’ in red and green
[Iran] Iran’s famous lake has completely transformed from bright green to blood red color in almost no time. Continue reading Iran’s Lake Urmia has suddenly turned blood red
[Australia] On the largest island in Western Australia’s Recherche Archipelago sits a picture of the surreal. Continue reading Mystery of the ‘pink lake’ solved: Strange neon colour of Australia’s Lake Hillier is caused by salt-loving microbes
[Israel, Global] They don’t look like much. They can be anything from microscopic in size to huge sea kelps and seaweeds, but they’ve never commanded much attention from the general public. Continue reading Is 2016 the year of algae?
[Australia] The team behind a new aquaculture venture in Western Australia’s Pilbara region is harvesting its first test crop of algae for the natural medicine market. Continue reading Pilbara farm harvests test algae crop for natural medicine market
[Australia] An algae superfood could be the shot in the arm for an industry that has yet to gain a solid foothold in the Pilbara.
The algae industry has had a mixed history and its most recent prospects Continue reading Algae superfood to diversify Pilbara economy
[Global] Microalgae have played an important role as animal feed or food supplements for decades. They can also produce complex Continue reading Microalgae can produce more than just fuel