[Global] Norovirus is the most common cause of gastroenteritis worldwide; it causes tens hundreds of thousands of deaths each year Continue reading Molecules from breast milk and seaweed suggest strategies for controlling norovirus
[Global] Could the red carotenoid astaxanthin, which makes crabs and other animals red, one day be found in sun-protection products? Continue reading Can astaxanthin give sun protection to human skin?
[Global] SCHOTT Tubing provides a series of articles focuses on the uses and construction of photobioreactor in downloadable ebook format. Continue reading Want to know more about photobioreactors? Download FREE ebooks here
[Global] Have you ever wondered what spacemen eat when they go on day- and weeklong expeditions beyond the skies? What do the Continue reading Here’s the superfood that fuels astronauts
[Global] The sustainable alternative to red meat may be tiny, green and slimy. As one of the most nutritious foods on the planet, Continue reading Microalgae may be the next protein on your plate
[Global] Welcome to the 2019 International Conference on Natural Science, Engineering, and Technology (ICNSET 2019). ICNSET 2019 Continue reading 2019 International Conference on Natural Science, Engineering, and Technology
[Global] The Scientific Perspective, “Researchers: Warming drives toxic algae,” in Wednesday’s Sentinel provides more warning about Continue reading Pricing carbon key to reducing fossil fuels and suppressing toxic algae
[UK] Paul O’Connor is a big fan of healthy eating. He’s also a marine biologist so it’s easy to see why the sea provided the inspiration for Continue reading Irish seaweed start-up to expand product range as it targets global markets
[Global] Cheap and versatile, plastic is used for everything. The problem is, it’s also indestructible. As a result, it piles up in landfills Continue reading Turning the tide on plastic: Creation and art from waste
[Global] The bacteria that 3.5 billion years ago were largely responsible for the creation of a breathable atmosphere on Earth Continue reading Pushing the limit: could cyanobacteria terraform Mars?