[Malaysia] Malaysia wants to tap into the US$1.25 billion (RM5 billion) a year global microalgae consumption industry. Continue reading Malaysia taps into RM5bil microalgae market
[USA] Scientists in Dartmouth, New Hampshire, US, claim to have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine Continue reading US scientists develop tilapia feed using marine microalgae co-product
[USA] In the middle of the New Mexican desert there’s a company called iWi that’s farming algae for people to eat. Could this miracle Continue reading Is algae the food of the future?
[USA] Michigan State University scientists have released a new genetic engineering toolkit for the algal species Nannochloropsis Continue reading A new DNA editing toolkit for Nannochloropsis
[USA] “Those are the kinds of bubbles we want to see,” says Rebecca White, pointing to tiny pockets of gas that are barely visible on the Continue reading Amy Nordrum: Low-power ways to grow algae could lock in carbon dioxide and feed the world
[USA] Eric Poliner and a team of MSU scientists in the Farre and Benninglabs have released a new genetic engineering Continue reading A new DNA editing toolkit for the alga Nannochloropsis
[Canada] Bring a baking-soda-and-vinegar volcano to this weekend’s Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair in St. John’s and Continue reading Going green with algae among innovations featured at school science fair
[Norway] A project assessing the use of microalgae byproducts from the biofuel industry as a protein replacement in feeds for farmed Continue reading Biofuel byproducts show salmon feed potential
[Global] Our planet faces a growing food crisis. According to the United Nations, more than 800 million people are regularly Continue reading Isaac Berzin: Would you eat an algae burger?
[Global] Our planet faces a growing food crisis. According to the United Nations, more than 800 million people are regularly Continue reading How marine algae could help feed the world