NORTHVILLE, Mich., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Michael Officer now leads Algal Scientific’s sales and marketing efforts toward the use of Algamune™ beta-1,3-glucan for livestock animal immune health support and the reduction in the use of antibiotics… Continue reading Michael Officer joins Algal Scientific to lead Sales and Marketing
Over 200,000 tons of dried, farmed, tropical seaweed are produced every year. The majority of the world’s red seaweed is farmed by nearly 60,000 family farmers in Africa, the Philippines and Indonesia. These families apply sustainable farming techniques that help to protect and preserve the habitats where they farm… Continue reading Carrageenan: Sustainability From Farm to Table
First generation biofuels, like corn ethanol, haven’t fulfilled their promise of displacing fossil fuels in a green, carbon neutral way. It’s because they require a lot of energy to produce and use food crops, competing with people and animals for that supply, driving prices… Continue reading What if we could turn wastewater and algae into carbon-negative fuels and clean water?
Single-celled algae that grow into transient, miles-wide expanses are prominent players in oceanic food webs. But tinier organisms—viruses lethal to these algae— can take down massive algal blooms just as quickly, according to results published today… Continue reading Viral Demise of an Algal Bloom
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s already been a rough season for Maryland crabs—and now there’s word that it could get worse. Massive rain last week has led to an algae bloom in the Chesapeake Bay. Meghan McCorkell has more on the… Continue reading Chesapeake Bay Algae Bloom Affects Crab Season