[USA] The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $1.5 million to two Hawaii businesses to develop offshore seaweed as a potential clean Continue reading Feds give Hawaii companies $1.5M to develop seaweed as energy source
[USA] The University of Alaska Fairbanks has been awarded a federal grant of $500,000 to study seaweed farming in Alaska. Continue reading UAF awarded $500,000 grant for seaweed study
[USA] Over the past couple of years, drones have been utilized more and more, not only for taking stunning bird’s eye view photographs, Continue reading Newburyport scientist’s drone aimed at helping seaweed farmers
[India] Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked cooperatives to venture into new business areas like beekeeping and seaweed Continue reading Narendra Modi: Cooperatives should venture into beekeeping, seaweed farming to double income
[UK, Africa] An initiative has received funding for research and development to address disease and pest infestations threatening Continue reading New project to aid seaweed R&D in developing nations
[USA] The push for renewable energy in the U.S. often focuses on well-established sources of electricity: solar, wind and hydropower. Continue reading Scientists hope to farm the biofuel of the future in the pacific ocean
[USA] Bren Smith, an ex-industrial trawler man, operates a farm in Long Island Sound, near New Haven, Connecticut. Fish are not the Continue reading How farming giant seaweed can feed fish and fix the climate
[USA] Not all edible produce is grown in the soil or on trees. Sometimes, it’s grown in water. In this case, it’s grown in tanks of Continue reading Farming seaweed is a family affair for Michael Graham
[UK] Scottish food start-up Mara harvests seaweed for the table. Besides selling its products in Britain and the US, it wants to expand Continue reading Can seaweed revive Scotland’s economy?
[USA] Bren Smith used to hustle oysters on the streets of Brooklyn, New York. After two hurricanes in a row wiped out his crop, the Continue reading Are underwater farms the future of food production?