(Phys.org) —Hydrogen as a regenerative fuel produced in gigantic water tanks full of algae, which need nothing more than sunlight to produce the promising green energy carrier: a great idea in theory, but one that fails due to the vast amount of space required for the production process. Continue reading Modified algae enzymes enable efficient hydrogen production
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released their new plan to restoring the largest freshwater source on Earth. The plan includes increasing attempts to clear up toxic algae blooms and clean up 10 polluted rivers and Continue reading Fighting the Great Lakes Algae Problem. EPA Announces New Restoration Plan
[South Korea] The authors, writing in the August edition of Aquaculture Research, found significant weight gain and a high Continue reading Residue of microalgae derived biofuel could work as fishmeal alternative in aquafeed
Be honest: how much do you really think about your thyroid? Chances are, unless you suffer from thyroid disease, that butterfly-shaped gland in your neck probably doesn’t cross your mind too often.
The thyroid is an important Continue reading The need for seaweed
STOCKTON, Calif. (KCRA) —A new tool is helping state scientists detect toxic algae faster, KCRA 3 learned Wednesday.
An environmental scientist for the Continue reading New tool helps California scientists detect toxic algae faster
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Health and environmental officials are warning residents that toxic blue-green algae blooms have formed in several water bodies in Rhode Island. Continue reading Algae blooms detected in Cranston, East Providence