Research recently published in Nutrients by the National Center for Biotechnology Information has demonstrated Arthrospira platensis (Spirulina) to benefit HIV-infected adult women.
According to the study “The Effect of Arthrospira platensis Capsules on… Continue reading Spirulina shown to provide benefits to HIV patients
Seaweed is a wild sea crop that has been eaten by coastal populations for millennia and it is now attracting attention from all parts of the food and health markets. The Foundation has… Continue reading Seaweed Symposium event at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
EnAlgae scientists have recently published a paper in Bioresource Technology that discusses how nutrient ratios can be manipulated to simultaneously control microalgal biomass production and minimize nutrient wastage.
Based on trials using a Nannochloropsis sp., problems with the traditional…
Continue reading Microalgae nutrient trial results announced by EnAlgae
Duke Energy has been hosting a project at their East Bend Power Plant in Kentucky to demonstrate an algae-based system for CO2 mitigation from coal-fired power plants. Project participants include the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy… Continue reading Duke Energy and U of K advancing carbon capture technology
Gilbert, Arizona-based Heliae, a leader in the development of advanced algae production technologies, has announced senior leadership team changes as the company moves into the next phase of technical development and commercialization. J. Craig Johnson, who has served as Heliae’s chief… Continue reading Shake-up at the top for Heliae to accelerate algae commercialization projects
Blue-green algae has been reported in Lake Winnipeg and Dauphin Lake in Manitoba, prompting advisories from conservation authorities.
Officials say the algae levels are above the recreational water quality… Continue reading Algal blooms reported in two Manitoba lakes