POISONOUS blue-green algae has resurfaced at the lake at Brooklands Pleasure Park, putting wildlife and potentially humans in serious danger, the Environment Agency has confirmed.
The algae, which wreaked havoc last year killing ducks, fish and other wildlife,… Continue reading Poisonous algae back at pleasure park lake
[USA] About 16 months ago, a Florida-based biofuel company called Algenol noticed that its Internet service was slowing down. In checking that out, Jack Voth, Algenol’s information technology chief, Continue reading Why were this company’s computers attacked millions of times this year? Algae
LIBOURNE, FRANCE and PARIS, FRANCE–(Marketwired – Jul 11, 2014) – Fermentalg (EURONEXT PARIS: FALG), an industrial biotechnology company that specializes in the production of oils and proteins derived from microalgae, and Sofiprotéol,… Continue reading Fermentalg and Sofiproteol Enter a New Phase in Their Partnership for the Production and Sale of Omega-3
A paper on sea otters dying from exposure to cyanobacteria along the coast of California may have saved the life of a dog in Montana. Dr. Melissa Miller and her team from the Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care and Research Center… Continue reading Microcystin Algal Blooms a Danger to Dogs But New Treatment Shows Promise
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection conducted a public meeting today to further the development of water quality restoration goals for Lake Talquin. The restoration goals will address two water quality… Continue reading Restoration Goals for Lake Talquin to be Set
Pig feed sourced from insects such as maggots and fly larvae could be a standard diet for pigs by 2020, says a UK nutrition expert.
Algae could also provide a cost… Continue reading Insects and algae top the line-up in future feed ingredients for pigs
New Rochelle, NY — Biofuels derived from the oils produced by algae may offer a low-cost sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. To achieve this goal, optimization of cost effective strategies for large-scale algae cultivation, such as in open pond… Continue reading Controlling contamination in open algae ponds for biofuels production
Oyster growers on Tasmania’s east coast will have to wait another week to resume harvesting to after two producers were forced to stop production last week.
The threat from a toxic algal bloom is… Continue reading Tasmanian shellfish industry will have to wait another week before threat from toxic algal bloom passes