[Malaysia] Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), with support from Yayasan Sime Darby (YSD), has established a carbon capture Continue reading Yayasan Sime Darby funds lab for microalgae research to lower carbon emissions at palm oil mills
[Brazil] After three years of research, Embrapa Agroenergía (DF) has identified microalgae species that can be grown in liquid waste from Continue reading Suitable microalgae identified to produce biofuels
[Canada] University of Calgary researchers have found a way to program algae with bacterial genes to target unwanted chemicals and pharmaceuticals that end up in wastewater. Continue reading Researchers develop algae to target contaminants in wastewater
[New Zealand] DairyNZ and Bay of Plenty Regional Council held a public open day on a dairy farm near the New Zealand coastal community of Katikati to demonstrate Continue reading Cow shed effluent converted to fish food
[Australia] Pig effluent could be used to grow algae or seaweed that is fed back to pigs as part of a closed-loop system for intensive piggeries. Continue reading Pig manure could help grow feed for piggeries, cut greenhouse gas emissions, research shows
[USA] There are a total of 9,416 water bodies in the United States classified by the Environmental Protection Agency as ‘impaired’ due to nutrients, ammonia and algae. Near such impaired water bodies, Continue reading Research focuses on using algae to treat leachate
[Canada] Your July 31 article on the demise of Yarmouth County’s much-loved Camp Wapomeo shed light on the regrettable impact of blue-green algae on a quintessentially Canadian summer tradition: camp. Continue reading Jocylyne Rankin: Treating all mink effluent off-site would spare lakes
Although removal of nutrients from wastewater by algae is well established in India, Phycospectrum Environmental Research Centre (PERC) claims to be the first organization in India to take microalgal technology successfully to other industries. Continue reading Phycospectrum Environmental Research Centre takes algal wastewater remediation to next level
HYDERABAD: For the past few days residents of Begumpet, Methodist Colony, Prakash Nagar, Khairtabad, Minister’s Road, MS and BS Maktha and those driving along Tank Bund or Necklace Road or coming to spend an Continue reading Algae Make Hussainsagar Stink More in Summer
Westcountry scientists are using algae to develop an innovative new method of cleaning up contaminated mine water while harvesting valuable resources in the process.
Research teams from universities in Continue reading Could algae be the key to cleaning up Cornish mine water?