[India] Scientists from Indian Institute of Khragpur (IIT KGP) have developed a novel method to estimate the biomass and pigment Continue reading A non-intrusive method for quantity and quality assessment of algae
[France] A new facility is offering researchers and industry an opportunity to experiment with microalgae on larger scales than before. Continue reading Cultivating microalgae using made-for-space formulas
[China] Fat choy (Nostoc flagelliforme), also known as fat choy, fa cai, black moss, hair moss or hair weed is a terrestrial cyanobacterium (a type of photosynthetic bacteria) that is used as a vegetable in Chinese cuisine. When dried, the product has the appearance of black hair. For that reason, its name in Continue reading “Fat Choy”, aka Nostoc Flagelliforme, delicacy during Chinese New Year celebration
Summer is the prime time for recreation at Ohio State Parks and unfortunately the growth of harmful algal blooms (HABs), toxin-producing bacteria that can cause illness, irritation and sometimes even death in pets, livestock and humans.
Harmful algal blooms are not algae at… Continue reading Officials issue algae warning