[Netherlands] The Netherlands is low on the list when it comes to protein self-sufficiency. Joshua Parfitt visits the seaweed Continue reading Dutch weed: the sustainable protein of the future
[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
[Denmark, Norway] Three red (Mastocarpus stellatus, Palmaria palmata, and Porphyra sp.), four brown (Alaria esculenta, Laminaria Continue reading Potential of seaweed as a protein source in dairy rations
[USA] Could algae be a solution to projected food shortages in the future? Some growers are hoping so. Continue reading Algae: Pond scum or food of the future?
[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
[Japan] Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ) and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) are pleased to announce their joint Continue reading INCJ and Mitsubishi Corporation to Invest in Microalgae Protein Maker Tavelmout
[USA] An unconventional mélange of algae, eucalyptus and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) appears to be a quirky Continue reading Algae-forestry, bioenergy mix may help make CO2 vanish from thin air
[USA] San Diego scientists believe a strain of wild algae will be a sustainable way to feed plant-based protein to the growing global Continue reading Will algae be the hottest new plant-based protein?
[USA] The San Diego, CA-based company passed a significant regulatory milestone recently with self affirmed GRAS (Generally Continue reading University research spinoff bets on protein play for whole algae power
[Netherlands] Marinus van Krimpen, senior researcher in animal nutrition, Wageningen Livestock Research, Netherlands, will address Continue reading Join the conversation on feed protein innovation