[Canada] At Grande Prairie Regional College (GPRC)* in Grande Prairie, Alberta, a remarkable piece of microalgae technology has Continue reading Growing algae, saving energy, & capturing carbon: P2P microalgae technology
[UK] Scotland may not be able to rival Asia for seaweed production in volume – but it’s the cleanest, safest and most sustainable Continue reading Can Scotland become the world’s pollutant-free seaweed supplier?
[Israel] YAlgae, a Yehse Technologies Company, has developed a unique technology to treat various pollutants in a green and sustainable Continue reading Algae – more important than we thought
[USA] In a recent summer day, Dylan, Madysen and Colten King escaped the heat in time-honored Minnesota fashion: with a swim in a lake. Continue reading Algae blooms threaten state’s $13B tourism industry
[China] Green may be associated with health in other parts of the world but for China’s Chaohu Lake, it signifies death.
This unfortunate association is as a result of unstoppable invasion of the lake, located just outside of the city of Continue reading Surreal images show a neon Chinese freshwater lake infested with monstrous algae bloom
FOR THE PAST WEEKS I have been reading up on the Sargassum Seaweed in our Press, on the Internet, in correspondence.
What I have learned, in a nutshell, is that we ourselves are to blame for this Continue reading Ann Kelly: Seaweed siege our fault
A so-called ‘algae bank’ at the Scottish Association for Marine Science in Oban is embarking on the mammoth task of checking all 3,000 of its colourful, slimy samples to make sure that they have been correctly identified.
This is crucial, researchers say, so that Continue reading Scottish lab mix-up over the magical algae that could clean up our filthy beaches
Tasmanian researchers believe they are one step closer to creating all the benefits of a fish-derived dietary supplement, without the fish.
Dr Susan Blackburn is involved in the National Algae Culture Collection and Continue reading Scientists brew omega-3 supplement without fish
EU – Models that predict how nitrogen from the air is deposited in the sea could be useful in predicting algal blooms. Based on the knowledge that excess nitrogen increases algal growth rates, researchers simulated nitrogen deposition in the North Sea and suggested that, using predicted weather Continue reading Air Pollution Modelling Could Help Predict Algal Blooms