[UK] Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board has announced that its conference “Farmed Irish Seaweed: An Ocean Continue reading Irish Sea Fisheries Board to host farmed seaweed conference
The world’s foremost economic authorities are divided as to whether the planting of conventional crops to produce biofuels makes sense. Some say that the amount of money and resources poured into growing corn, rapeseed, jatropha,… Continue reading Rethink Biofuel Sources, Not Biofuels Subsidies
A biotechnology company in Lu-Quan Agriculture park, located in the city of Kun-Ming, China has started to harvest its first batch of Haematococcus pluvialis recently.
The construction of the Haematococcus production plant cost… Continue reading First batch of Haematococcus pluvialis produced in Yun-Nan, China
Where are the hearings? Where is the legislation? Where is the urgency?
Four weeks ago, a harmful algal bloom poisoned the drinking water of more than 400,000 residents in the western basin of Lake Erie… Continue reading Ohio lawmakers need to stop treading water and address toxic algal blooms: editorial
An environmental watchdog has launched an investigation following reports of toxic algae in a Shetland loch. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency are making enquiries after blue-green algae was spotted at Spiggie… Continue reading Scottish environmental watchdog investigating reports of toxic algae
Feeding cattle algae is set to be the next big cost-saver for livestock farmers. Protein-rich microalgae could be grown on-farm in future, powered by solar, significantly cutting costs and making farm systems more independent,… Continue reading Livestock farmers could feed cattle algae new research has found
In Norse mythology, Odin was the Allfather, progenitor of all the gods, possessed of the wisdom of the ages.
The Odin that skimmed the surface of Simon Lake on Tuesday seemed a humble craft to bear such a name,… Continue reading Sudbury robot takes on algae problem
In August, Spirulina Viva opened its new Spirulina micro-farm outside of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. The micro-farm has 300 square meters of Spirulina ponds. The new production facility is currently producing… Continue reading Spirulina Viva opens Spirulina micro-farm in Mexico
To paraphrase a famous line from the movie, “The Graduate,” the future is in algae.
First of all, algae are everywhere on the planet, including on ice and snow and in fresh water and salt water… Continue reading LV Times columnist: A future exists in algae for students
Algae Asia News (AAN) has become affiliated with the National Algae Association (NAA) of the USA to promote the good use of algal biotechnology in commercial algae production activities around the world… Continue reading Algae Asia News Affiliates with the National Algae Association to Promote Algae Industry Activities