Dr. Nate Bosch, chairman of the Center for Lakes and Streams at Grace College, was the guest speaker, at the annual Wawasee Area Conservancy Foundation’s meeting Saturday. His presentation focused on scientific… Continue reading Algae as a Main Research Topic At WACF Meeting
A feature about algae doesn’t sound the most enticing. But stick with me because it could help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. At Cranfield University researchers have discovered a way to turn algae into jet fuel… Continue reading Fuelling the future with clever ideas at Cranfield University
She is known to millions of Coronation Street and Loose Women viewers for having a Bollywood-worthy bouffant. But today Shobna Gulati reveals the truth: she has waged a life-long battle with thinning hair.
Although afflicted since her teens, her most severe bout began two years ago when she noticed visible patches of scalp and found clumps of hair on brushes and her pillow, and clogging up the shower plughole… Continue reading Seaweed Turned the Tide on My Hair Loss
With Toledo’s water reaching concerning levels this weekend, we decided to look at high-resolution satellite data to compare our Western Basin algal bloom to what it was just a week ago. After changing winds and some calmer weather, things seemed to mellow… Continue reading Comparing algal blooms
[Australia] Next time you fly, ask the unsuspecting attendant if they happen to know how much carbon dioxide the aircraft will emit Continue reading Algae-based biofuels a sustainable way to fly