In a field in the English countryside, a new source of fish oil is growing. Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire, U.K., recently began a field trial of camelina flax (Camelina sativa) plants genetically modified to produce long chain… Continue reading Fish Oil Could (One Day) Come From Plants
TAMPA (FOX 13) – A massive red tide algae bloom is floating at least 40 miles off the coast of Hernando and Pasco County and moving south, killing thousands of fish and threatening to affect thousands more,… Continue reading Massive red tide moving through Gulf of Mexico
The world is getting bigger and more energy-hungry. By 2035, it’s estimated there will be another 1 billion people on the planet. At the same time, the supply of fossil fuels is only growing smaller, with new discoveries more scarce and… Continue reading Renewable Fuels: Investing Essentials
[EU] Scientists, companies active in algae industries, entrepreneurs, policy makers , the press and students are being invited to attend a Continue reading Symposium focusing on work at EnAlgae pilots in Northwest Europe
KLAMANTH FALLS, Ore.—Cerule, formerly Desert Lake Technologies, will display its microalgae extract antioxidant Cyactiv that reduces discomfort in joints and muscles at SupplySide West.
Cyactiv is made from a unique concentration of Phycocyanin and other active blue-green algae-derived compounds,…
The cleaning operation to remove seaweed from sandy beaches has missed the secluded Mġiebaħ Bay at Selmun this year but the authorities insist this is no oversight… Continue reading Mġiebaħ still covered in seaweed, but it is no oversight
Some see antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that can be smeared on the skin. Others see lumps of seaweed.
Two entrepreneurs from the Outer Hebrides are harvesting the slimy bounty of the sea to turn into cosmetic formulations for the beauty industry… Continue reading Some See Treasure, Others See Lumps of Seaweed
The Joint FAO-WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives’ (JECFA) backing of the use of red algae ingredient carrageenan in liquid infant formula will carry a “a great deal of weight” in regulatory circles, says seaweed… Continue reading WHO-FAO infant formula carrageenan review carries regulatory ‘weight’: Marinalg
A VISION of Scotland’s future where low-emission cattle graze in fields and cars fuelled by seaweed zip along the roads is set out in a new book that claims to show how reshaping food production could create a healthier population and save the planet… Continue reading Book shows how sustainable food could boost health