[Mexico] Microalgae supplementation may improve farmed shrimp survival rates in the face of a bacterial challenge, say researchers. Continue reading Supplemental microalgae in shrimp feed may offer improved survival in disease challenges →
[Mexico] Sculptures off coast of Cancún are meant to protect coral reefs from intensive diving, but some conservationists say they’re Continue reading Is Mexico’s underwater museum diverting attention from bigger environmental issues?
[Mexico] The fast growth of the aquaculture industry has increased demand for feed and ingredients. Because of its high nutritional Continue reading Could microbial-derived nutrients play a key role in aquaculture development?
[Mexico] The sugar can be consumed by patients with diabetes and used in dietetic foods. Continue reading Sugars obtained from seaweed
[Mexico] By using native cells from the Lake of Texcoco, researchers reduce biofuel production time. Continue reading Engineers produce biodiesel from microalgae in three hours
[Mexico] Last week, the Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Chemistry ( FCQ ) of the Autonomous University of Coahuila ( UAdeC ) launched an algae biodiesel production project. Continue reading Research on algae biodiesel in Autonomous University of Coahuila
[Mexico, USA] The combustion of fossil fuels drives the world’s energy production, but it also emits carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases. Continue reading Optimizing biofuel production from algae using carbon dioxide emissions
[Mexico] Surrounded by a four-man camera crew, the Japanese honeymooners were ready to make memories. Continue reading Mexico deploys its navy to face its latest threat: Monster seaweed
[Mexico] The Faculty of Engineering (FI) of the Autonomous University of Querétaro (UAQ) is carrying out a greenhouse drainage water treatment project by using microalgae so that it can be reused without damaging crops, stated Dr. Marieke Vanthoor-Koopmans, professor at the FI and researcher in charge of the microalgae proposal.
[Mexico] Local university students may have found a new use for the masses of unwanted Sargasso that’s been accumulating along Cancun and Riviera Maya beaches. Continue reading Local technology students turn Sargasso into fertilizer