DUBLIN — Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Global Market Report of Fucoxanthin” report to their offering.
Global Market Report of Fucoxanthin (CAS 3351-86-8) aims at providing comprehensive data on Fucoxanthin globally and regionally (Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America etc.). It captures Fucoxanthin market trends, pays close attention to Fucoxanthin… Continue reading Research and Markets: Global Market Report of Fucoxanthin
Attention all only-organic eaters: I’d like to have your attention in particular as you might have read this title and thought, “I bet whatever ingredient it is isn’t in my fridge! I’m the healthiest eater I know!”… Continue reading Carageenan from Chondrus crispus: A Cancer-Causing Ingredient Sitting in Your Fridge
A controversial seaweed harvest in Deep Bay will continue for at least another season.
The Ministry of Agriculture announced Friday three licences — one more than last year — have been granted to harvest Mazzaella japonica in the… Continue reading Seaweed harvest to continue in Deep Bay
Tropical fish invading temperate waters warmed as a result of climate change are overgrazing algae, posing a threat to biodiversity and some marine-based industries… Continue reading Algae under threat from invasive fish
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A small, slow moving resident who enjoys a vegetative diet and keeps things tidy may be the overlooked player in public debates over Florida’s ailing freshwater springs, University of Florida researchers say…
Continue reading ‘Little janitor’ merits attention in Florida springs’ health debate, UF/IFAS research shows
Former Verenium CEO and Goldman exec ushers in new commercial era at Sapphire, as CJ Warner relinquishes CEO title, remaining as Chairman.
In California, the Digest learned that James “Jamie” Levine has been… Continue reading Levine to succeed Warner as CEO of Sapphire Energy: new commercial era begins
The new state-of-the-art Portable Flux Profiler (PFP) is equipped with high resolution sensors that can yield millimetre-scale measurements.
The instrument has enabled researchers to demonstrate the influence of turbulent micro-scale motions – such as those caused by wind and currents – on phytoplankton… Continue reading Phytoplankton use turbulence to survive
Thousands of fish, crabs and sea turtles were reported dead or dying off the Gulf of Mexico along the stretch of Pasco to Dixie counties according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The agency collected water… Continue reading Red tide causes huge fish kill in Gulf of Mexico
Upon seeing or hearing the word evolution, one might think of a cartoon showing a parade of increasingly upright apes and humans. Alternatively, one might envision a black-and-white picture of a bearded naturalist examining the beaks of finches. Me, I think of algae… Continue reading Science in a Complex World: Pond scum offers clues to life’s puzzles
Particularly drawn to Flat Creek, Melba Horton spent the early part of the summer checking the water quality at Lake Lanier.
The University of North Georgia biology instructor worked with one of her top students, Chad Subers, exploring algal diversity around Flat Creek and Buford Dam as part of UNG’S Faculty-Undergraduate Summer Enrichment program… Continue reading Student, professor examine Lanier, Flat Creek for water quality