[Global] Climate change is speeding up dramatically because of red snow, according to new research. Continue reading ‘Red snow’ created by microbes is supercharging climate change by causing glaciers to melt faster
[UK] Disco lights shine out from within the greenhouse. But given that it’s the hottest summer solstice since 1976 on the day we visit Continue reading Cambridge researcher Dr Matt Davey on how algae could be used for energy, healthcare and monitoring penguins from space
[Global] The role of red pigmented snow algae in melting Arctic glaciers has been strongly underestimated, Continue reading Cosmopolitan snow algae accelerate the melting of Arctic glaciers
[UK] Not only has this news just blown our minds with the mere concept of snow algae, it’s doubly stunned us with the revelation that we’re supposed to put it on our face. Our FACE? Hey Aldi, you crazy!
So, what’s the deal here? According to Continue reading Caviar And Snow Algae: Is This The Craziest Beauty Product Yet?
[Argentine, Canada, USA] What colour is snow? At first, it seems like an easy answer. Anyone who has seen snow will know it is white, the reason being because it reflects almost all visible light incident upon it. Continue reading Snow isn’t all white: How ice crystals and algae can cause it to look red and blue
LONDON, Nov. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Based on its recent analysis of the anti-ageing skin care market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Mibelle Biochemistry with the 2014 European Award for New Product Innovation Leadership. Continue reading Frost & Sullivan Honours Mibelle Biochemistry for its Discovery of Snow Algae Powder
During a three week field trip, ecologists studied an entire glacier and found that microbes drastically reduce surface reflectivity and have an impact on the amount of sunlight that is reflected into space… Continue reading Watermelon Snow: The Secret Impact Of Microbes On Climate Change Models