A new, sustainable protein source for animal and fish feed is on the horizon, with its US developer getting ready to hit the start button on the production line at its facility in Ohio.
We caught up with Leo Gingras, CEO… Continue reading ‘Bacteria beats insects and algae hands down,’ Nutrinsic CEO talks up new feed protein source from factory wastewater
Spirulina is an algae superfood rich in nutritional, nourishing vitamins and minerals, protein, potassium, and calcium (among many others). Part of the cyanobacteria family, the super plant has been known to prevent colds, reinforce immune systems, protect… Continue reading Spirulina Makers Offer Sexy Superfood Solution to the Miracle Plant
Algae that can kill fish and other wildlife was found floating in a pond in Enfield.
The authority has now removed the green algae from the New River Loop in Gentleman’s Row after a series of complaints from ramblers.
It is believed the hot weather caused the borough’s waterways to suffer from… Continue reading Deadly algae found in New River Loop, Enfield
PORT CLINTON – The annual harmful algal bloom on Lake Erie’s Western Basin has begun.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports a bloom of blue-green algae that could produce toxins is growing in Maumee Bay… Continue reading Harmful algae has begun blooming on Western Basin
A bloom of harmful cyanobacteria has grown in Lake Erie’s western basin, according to the latest bulletin released today by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The bloom is concentrated in Maumee Bay, while a separate and smaller bloom has appeared in Sandusky Bay… Continue reading Satellite Images Shows Harmful Algal Bloom Expands in Lake Erie
Some of the best nutrition in the world comes from the natural vegetation of the sea. The vegetation is termed seaweed and is loaded with unique nutrients that are not found in similar concentrations within land vegetation… Continue reading Supercharge Your Health with Seaweed
Friday, 1 August 2014, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Headquarters, Noumea, New Caledonia–Acknowledging that fisheries are of fundamental importance to the Pacific Islands… Continue reading Australia provides additional funding for Pacific fisheries
The need for more solar-energy resources at UCF is heating up – at least that’s what a few UCF Knights are saying. Luckily you can find a solar energy equipment supplier pretty easily, which is good news for the environment!!! It’s so easy to now get solar-energy resources, particularly as you can easily get something like this deep cycle solar battery to help you charge up these resources.
Professors, students and faculty alike continue to advocate for UCF to utilize… Continue reading UCF Knights look to harness more solar energy
For billions of years, single-celled creatures had the planet to themselves, floating through the oceans in solitary bliss. Some microorganisms attempted multicellular arrangements, forming small sheets or filaments of cells… Continue reading Where Animals Come From?
In an effort to propel the algae industry forward, the Algae Testbed Public Private Partnership (ATP3) offers a series of hands-on specialized workshops suited for participants from all aspects of the industry. “The workshops combine… Continue reading Workshopping the algae industry forward