In this video from our June 17 Techonomy Bio conference, Nancy J. Kelley, former founding executive director of the New York Genome Center, gives a presentation of the economic, social, and regulatory implications of biology… Continue reading Engineering Biology to Address Global Challenges
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) samples publicly accessible bodies of water for cyanobacteria, commonly called blue-green algae, when the agency is alerted to a potential algae bloom in Kansas lakes… Continue reading Seven Kansas lakes under blue-green algae warning or advisory
A study conducted by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has found that the direct, indirect, and induced economic impact of the algae biotechnology research and manufacturing industry in the area generates
$80 million in wages and more than $175 million… Continue reading Algae biotechnology: The ”Green Revolution 2.0”
Microalgae are promising feedstock for fuels and chemicals because many species possess the ability to grow rapidly and synthesize large amounts of storage neutral lipids from sunlight and carbon dioxide. They can be cultivated on non-arable land with nonpotable… Continue reading QIBEBT Unveils Genome-wide Transcriptional Regulation Network of Oleaginous Microalgae Nannochloropsis
VISITORS to Rishton Reservoir have been warned about highly-concentrated blue green algae. A sign has been put up warning people not to allow their children and pets to come into contact with the algae because of… Continue reading Rishton reservoir alert for water algae
BUGUEY, Cagayan, June 27 (PIA) – Expect the guraman (Glacilaria) of this coastal municipality to be laced with soybean, the Bureau of Fisheries an Aquatic Resources region 2 said… Continue reading Women’s group value adds seaweeds
PUERTO PRINCESA, Palawan, June 27 (PIA) — The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) – Mimaropa is helping in the rehabilitation of the seaweeds farms destroyed by bad weather and typhoon Yolanda last year… Continue reading Seaweeds farms in Palawan undergo rehabilitation
Minutes after the 5-year-old yellow Lab got to the shoreline of Prairie Lake, he vomited.
Then he fell over and couldn’t get up, said the dog’s owner, Kirsten Tatge of Clear Lake, Minn. Shortly after being taken to the veterinarian, Copper the Lab died… Continue reading Blue-green algae — deadly for dogs — blooms in Minnesota lakes
MILLBURY — There could be a green answer to the region’s largest wastewater treatment plant’s challenge to meet strict federal water quality standards.
Algae, the slimy green growth that clogs waterways, are being tested at… Continue reading Algae may be key to cleaner Blackstone River