MINNEAPOLIS, MN–(Marketwired – September 17, 2014) – Harmful blue-green algae blooms (HABs) in lakes have made headlines this summer throughout the country. HABs can disrupt municipal potable water systems, forcing residents to rely on bottled water, Continue reading Solving the Blue-Green Algae Problem: Mechanical Circulation as a Way to Win the Algae Battle
The drought appears to be taking a heavy toll on fish at Vasona Lake–they’re dying off and their carcasses are floating to the water’s edge. The smell near the lake is pretty nasty, too, but turkey vultures are finding the fish to be easy dinner pickings. Continue reading The large algae blooms in Vasona Lake are making it a tough year for wildlife
[USA] Seaweed, on the rare occasions I came across it in my Midwestern upbringing, seemed like a pretty simple deal: Continue reading Seaweed: Healthy, delicious, and legal in all 50 states
Most Americans don’t think of seaweed as having any redeeming value, but that could be changing — as scientists consider ways of turning even the most unattractive seaweeds into attractive items on the dinner plate, and the Continue reading Seaweed: The next big food crop?
Progress appears to be underway for Solazyme (NASDAQ:SZYM) when it comes to its new food ingredient brand of AlgaVia. In Solazyme’s latest Continue reading Solazyme: Taking Advantage Of Healthy Food Trends And The Need For Innovation